28th April 2021 – International Workers’ Memorial Day – there are ‘tragically more deaths every year from preventable accidents at work than in wars’
Aratrust commemorates all workers who have died because of poor working conditions On this year’s International Workers’ Memorial Day (IWMD), the Anti-Racist Alliance Trust (Aratrust) commemorates all workers who have died at work, and supports the struggle to end deaths due to a lack of adequate health and safety measures, particularly workers of minority-ethnic heritage […]
UNITE Community West London branch members commemorate the massacre of innocent Indians and raise their voices for an ………….. APOLOGY
Jallianwalla bagh massacre 13th April 1919 The cold blooded murder of over 400 unarmed people (the historian Kim Wagner, relying on new evidence puts the figure much higher) in the Jallianwalla bagh in Amritsar on 13th April 1999 is one of the darkest deeds of British colonialism. The whims, insecurities and a visceral hatred and […]
Alison Hammond, celebrated TV personality, embarks on her own journey to learn and teach others about Black History…….
From child actress to ITV presenter One of Britain’s most loved TV personalities, Alison Hammond, has lit up our screens on daytime TV for over 18 years, becoming a firm fan favourite. Alison performed as a child actress and travelled across the globe as a holiday entertainer, rising to fame after appearing on the third […]
As MPs debate the Immigration Bill, aratrust has many concerns about the Bill and the culture of the Home Office: Fix the dysfunctional immigration system We see no answers in the Immigration Bill to the deep-rooted problems in the systems for settlement and citizenship, asylum, immigration enforcement and detention. Remove the ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ […]