London, UK. 9th July 2016.
Protesters gather in Windrush Square in front of the tree that is almost the only thing left from the old Tate Gardens
'Christopher Alder, Adrian Thomson, Michael Powell, Demetre Frazer, Rocky Bennett...' just a few of those who have died at the hands of police or G4S security guards when Jimmy Mubenga was being forcibly deported. #Black Lives Matter
Signs reading 'Black Lives Matter' written with the names of some of those killed by police in the USA
London Black Revolutionaries flag and a good question 'Why is there more outrage over a gorilla being put down than a Black Life being executed?'
'Black Lives Matter'
Though predominantly Black, there were people from across the whole of the community at the protest
Behind them the bust of Sir Henry Tate, who made his fortune from sugar grown on Carribean plantations
but gave much of it away - including free libraries such as this for the people of Brixton, stll serving them today.
We get reminded of Marcus Garvey
A speaker from the Movement for Justice invites people to protest at Yarl's Woodf in September
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