Emancipation Day march 2018

Written on August 2nd 2018

Yesterday I was honoured to be a volunteer Steward for the fifth successful annual August 1st Emancipation Day march in London, from Brixton to Parliament, and back again.

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Thousands of Afrikan people marching peacefully, and that is why you didn’t read about it in the media. They would only report it if there was trouble. This is the 5th annual march, every August 1st. No media. (As my friend Rob Mitchell said, “If there’s no stress, there’s no Press.”)

Thanks Jendayi Serwah for co-organising the event, and for all you do.

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Petition for the UK to officially acknowledge the trauma caused by the Transatlantic Slavery successfully delivered to 10 Downing Street by Esther Stanford-Xosei.

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Well done all involved. Every year is uplifting. Important to pay tribute to our Ancestors, and lay foundations for the future.

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