Dated: 16 Jun 2020
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Rage at the police killing of another black man has exploded onto the streets of Atlanta, Georgia, in the US.
Around 4,000 people gathered on Tuesday to call for the removal of the statue of the racist and imperialist Cecil Rhodes that fronts Oriel College in central Oxford.
Health bosses fear the Covid-19 crisis could see the number of people waiting for NHS treatment double to ten million by the end of the year.
Thousands of people “took the knee” to protest against racism and remember George Floyd
Pregnant women and women who have recently had children are facing intensified discrimination during the coronavirus crisis.
The Tory government promised to help care for homeless people during the pandemic. But now the measures adopted are ending, writes Sadie Robinson
Anti-racists are gearing up for Black Lives Matter protests this weekend in the face of a Tory attempt to stoke a right wing backlash.
Thousands of people across Britain have joined another wave of protests as part of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.
The British far right is hoping to initiate a right wing backlash against the BLM movement.
An inspiring protest against racism took place in Southwark, south London, on Sunday.
Racism and social inequality has contributed to the higher death rates from coronavirus among black and Asian people
Thousands of people across Britain joined another wave of Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests over the weekend. Socialist Worker reports
The Tories were patting themselves on the back this week—despite the official coronavirus death toll in Britain climbing to over 40,000 and millions of workers facing unemployment.
Over 50 people protested against institutional racism outside St George’s hospital and medical school in Tooting, south London, on Monday.
NHS workers are angry that the Scottish government has refused to reopen talks over pay.
Around 20 of London’s Royal Park attendants who are outsourced to multinational company Vinci appeared in court this week.
Secondary schools across England began opening to wider numbers of children on Monday of this week.
Unison union members are set to strike on 3, 6, 7, 14, 15 and 16 July.
The scale of the climate catastrophe could be far worse than predicted, according to new research.
The UCU union has launched a campaign demanding the government puts forward a plan to protect universities and colleges.
The global coronavirus crisis is far from over.
Militant anti-racism and the fight against austerity are coming together powerfully in France
For retired US Marine general James Mattis to publicly condemn the US president as a threat to the constitution is unprecedented.
Demands to ‘defund the police’ are opening a wider argument
The great Black Lives Matter uprising is far from over. But already it has made history.
Is there a role for white people in the movement against racism? And what should it be?
The indomitable political activist Fannie Lou Hamer was one of the most urgent and important voices of the US civil rights movement.
Defenders of slavers’ statues warn that tearing them down amounts to an attempt to “erase” Britain’s history. On the surface of it, many of them pretend this is about keeping the legacy of slavery visible, not hiding it away.
This strange drama turns the story of Punch and Judy into a tale of revenge against an abusive husband
Murder In The Carpark, a new three-part series from Channel 4, explores the most investigated unsolved murder in the history of the Metropolitan Police
Boris Johnson has announced a new government commission to look into racism in Britain.
Right wing newspapers have attacked the Black Lives Matter movement on the grounds that revolutionary socialists are involved in it.
Almost 70 Black Lives Matter protesters have been issued with fines for attending the socially-distanced rallies in Derry and Belfast on Saturday 6 June.