The Reparations March Campaign 2020

The Reparations March Campaign 2020

28/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

We need you and your support 365/24-7: We rally, we march, we educate, we campaign, we outreach – Nationally and Internationally! The costs of doing this year-round mission is £7,600. We have managed to reduce costs through buying reusable things and benefitting from contributions in kind.

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A murder in Congo

A murder in Congo

28/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

The so-called “Congo case” was one of the largest media spectacles of the decade in Norway. It has resulted in about a dozen books, several TV-documentaries, a podcast-series and a full-length feature film with some of Norway’s most famous actors in the leading roles.

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Meet 25 Leading Black British Business People To Follow

Meet 25 Leading Black British Business People To Follow

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

Over the last month since the tragic death of George Floyd we have seen riots across the world that have led many people to question their understanding of systemic racism.

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Education Trustee

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

We are seeking a Trustee with experience in the education sector and with working knowledge of providing education for students with Special Educational Needs. The provision of Education is a significant part of the service we offer and so having this expertise on board will be invaluable for the organisation.

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Broken families and communities lead to self-destruction

Broken families and communities lead to self-destruction

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

A few months ago I woke up to the news that London in the first quarter of the year has a higher murder rate than New York.

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15 Things You Did Not Know about the History of Black People in London before 1948

15 Things You Did Not Know about the History of Black People in London before 1948

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

Black people came from all over Europe and Africa and settled in London where their presence is significant but little known. The presence of Africans in England dates back to at least the Roman period when African soldiers who served as part of the Roman army were stationed at Hadrian’s Wall during the 2nd century AD. Septimus Severus, the emperor who was born in Libya, spent his last three years in Britain before he died in York in 211AD.

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Black people more at risk of dementia but less likely to receive a timely diagnosis

Black people more at risk of dementia but less likely to receive a timely diagnosis

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

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Brampton Manor Academy Shines On A-Level Results Day Top grades for 100 pupils at Brampton Manor Academy

Brampton Manor Academy Shines On A-Level Results Day Top grades for 100 pupils at Brampton Manor Academy

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

RESULTS DAY can be stressful for many students and teachers alike – luckily for Brampton Manor Academy, all their hard work has paid off as 100 pupils receive top grades and the entire year group secured university places.

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Akon to build new city in Senegal with own currency

Akon to build new city in Senegal with own currency

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

The multi-platinum-selling music producer unveils an ambitious project that he says could be “the saviour of Africa.

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