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Injustice

Issue No. 1683

Injustice

BRISTOL: Over 50 people atten ded a meeting in Easton Community Centre, Bristol, last Sunday to protest at police harassment of the local black community. The meeting was called following the arrest of black teenager Lyddell Monfries. Lyddell was arrested while chatting to a friend outside his house and taken to the local Trinity Road police station.

  • Enquiries: c/o SARI, 77-81 St Marks Road, Bristol BS5, phone 0117 952 5652.

BRADFORD: Around 90 people packed into Canterbury Community Centre, Bradford, for a candlelit vigil in memory of murder victim Godfrey Swaby, and Donna Daniel, who has been missing for seven years. The families of both people have formed a new group, "Bradford Against Injustice".

BIRMINGHAM: An excellent 50-strong meeting of Birmingham Trades Council last week heard TGWU union official Steve Turner speak on the fight against racism at Ford. Speakers were also there from the campaign for justice for the McGowan family.


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Sat 12 Feb 2000, 00:00 GMT
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