Message from Kedisha Brown-Burrell (Kingsley's sister)
I'm not just calling on ethnic minority but global majority to bridge the gap between institutionalised racism and custodial deaths.
As a community at large we need to join forces in support of my late brother Kingsley Burrell’s Campaign as one step forward in challenging current legislation. Out of many we are one strong diverse culture with strong religious beliefs. Therefore I take this opportunity to invite one and all to take part in the March for Justice on Saturday 2nd July 2011 to be held in Birmingham.
We owe it to ourselves to guide and protect our past present and future generations in breaking through the chains of mental and physical slavery and I urge you all to attend in order show your support in this ongoing fight against inequalities in Great Britain.
Saturday, July 2 · 12:00pm - 5:00pm
More details to follow but in the meantime can you send out invites to all your contacts.
We will shortly have flyers available and we need you to help us distribute them nationwide so that this march will be at least as big as the March 4 Justice in April.
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