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We Want Justice!

We Want Justice!

Trevon Muhammad June 26, 2017 0

Young Protestors Hit The Streets After Another Young Man Dies In Police Custody. “Who killed Edson? The Police killed Edson!” was the chant as over 200 friends and supporters took the streets of Stratford to

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A Preventable Tragedy

A Preventable Tragedy

Trevon Muhammad June 20, 2017 0

Government negligence & deregulation at the heart of the London’s Grenfell Tower fire. In the days following one of Britain’s worst peacetime disasters in decades, anger has only risen as the role of corporate

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They Were Not Muslims!

They Were Not Muslims!

Trevon Muhammad June 12, 2017 0

21 year old Ishmerai Muhammad explains how he came face to face with the men behind the recent London Bridge Terror Attack In the third attack by alleged “Islamic extremists” this year in the

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Chaos & Confusion

Chaos & Confusion

Trevon Muhammad June 11, 2017 0

Global shock as UK conservative party  fail to win “unloseable” election When UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced a “snap election” three years ahead of time back in April, political experts predicted a total

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Westminster Attack: A hidden agenda?

Westminster Attack: A hidden agenda?

Trevon Muhammad April 10, 2017 0

As media fuelled hysteria continues, commentators question the impact of mainstream response to the report terror attack. Heralded as the most serious terrorist attack in London since the 7\7 bombings, which claimed 56 lives in

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Britain’s Housing Crisis : Are Landlords to blame?

Britain’s Housing Crisis : Are Landlords to blame?

Trevon Muhammad June 3, 2016 0

  With many Londoners paying at least half their salary in rent, Landlords have been cast as the greedy villains but who’s really responsible? The housing crisis is probably the UK’s worst kept secret.

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How America & Europe keep the Third World in Poverty for Profit

How America & Europe keep the Third World in Poverty for Profit

Trevon Muhammad February 6, 2016 3

It’s a well-known fact that Africa and countries such as Haiti and Nepal are extremely poor. We’ve all seem the tear-jerking adverts, with the sick and malnourished children. Such viewing may cause many to wonder why

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“Dead food” diets to blame for Black health crisis

“Dead food” diets to blame for Black health crisis

Trevon Muhammad October 17, 2015 0

It’s time to take personal responsibility say Health workers & community leaders With Black people in Britain leading in diabetes and numerous cancers, community leaders and health workers stressed the importance of healthy lifestyles

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A Culture of Waste

A Culture of Waste

Trevon Muhammad September 15, 2015 0

As the contrast between people with plenty and those in poverty continues to grow, new research has revealed that as much as 50% of all food produced across the world is wasted. With food

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Advice to a Daughter

Advice to a Daughter

Trevon Muhammad August 21, 2015 0

At a packed public screening held at the Custard Factory media and arts centre, members of the Birmingham community were introduced to Craig Pinkley’s latest film, “Advice to a Daughter”, on Friday 15th March.

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