The 1990 Trust totally condemns the unethical, provocative and racially offensive remarks by Dr Watson against the African heritage and calls on all peace loving people to equally do so.
SUPPORT A NEW campaign to discipline party members who write racist comments on blogs.
Human rights campaigns group, Black Mental Health UK is encouraging people in the community to attend the debate on the 2006 Mental Health Bill, even for just an hour, on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th June.
Plans under the 2006 Mental Health Bill are set to wreak destruction within the Black community
Almost totally ignored by the British media, on Friday a US warship shelled north-east Somalia for about three hours.
Please contact the BBC and complain about the incorrect claim that has been made concerning the status of Jerusalem requesting both an apology and a correction.
Women in Yarl’s Wood Removal Centre began a last Thursday night, following a threat by SERCO (the company which in April this year won a £87 million contract to run Yarl’s Wood) to introduce new measures.
The 1990 Trust have today written to Tony Blair asking for a formal apology and a memorial day on August 23rd.
Disappearances in the War on Terror have formed an integral part of the Bush administration’s programme of secret detention.
Plans to change legal aid funding will hit small black and minority ethnic run law firms
Urgent action needed to save Babar Ahmad from extradition under unfair laws. Lobby your MP to support crucial amendments to extradition arrangements with the U.S.
As some of you may be aware the 1990 Trust, Operation Black Vote, the National Assembly Against Racism and many others, have been campaigning to ensure that the new Commission for Equalities and Human Rights has a dedicated statutory race committee.
Write to your MP and ask the Government to take action to close down Guantanamo and ask for an independent investigation into the deaths of these men.
ACT NOW: support the campaign to secure a future for race equality in the UK.
The petition was launched by Scotland Against Criminalising Communities on 15 October 2005. It is based on a longer statement (“United to Protect Our Rights”) released in August 2005 and supported by a wide range of organisations. The petition is a condensed version of this statement, updated to take account of the government's publication of the Terrorism Bill on 12 October 2005.
Don't let your MP duck this one! Blair and Clarke were barely able to get the Prevention of Terrorism Act through Parliament last March.
Joan Shurland faces grave danger from the gangsters who killed her son, if the Home Office decision to deport her goes through. We are asking readers to act so she can stay in the UK
“We are against being railroaded into something that we feel will not work for equalities groups ”
Sign-up to oppose Section 55 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act which has left thousands of asylum seekers destitute
We call, as a matter of the greatest urgency, for the broadest unity against the alarming rise in racism and fascism in Britain today
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