We work to unite all those who support equality, democracy, justice and social progress in the Caribbean. We will support all who recognise that the struggle against racism, fascism, imperialism and neo-colonialism in the Caribbean requires the building of strong international links between the working people there and their sisters and brother globally.
In so doing we recognise that the British Empire has bestowed a bitter legacy on sections of the working classes in the UK and the former colonies. We seek to maintain and expand solidarity with the black workers and their allies in the Caribbean as well as being part of the anti-racist struggle in Britain.
CLS 7th July Meeting at 12 noon will show the film WitchHunt
at Islington Pensioners Forum
1A Providence Court, Providence Place,
London N1 0RN
WitchHunt sets out to investigate the stories and the people behind the headlines, examining the nature of the accusations. Is this a witch hunt, as some claim? If so, who is behind it, and what is the political purpose of such a campaign? Has the media failed in its duty to fairness and accuracy in reporting on such serious allegations? Through a series of interviews, analysis and witness testimony, WitchHunt explores the connections between the attacks … Read on ...
VSC has produced a new in-depth briefing The Effects of the Economic Blockade of Venezuela, which explains the devastating impact of the illegal sanctions in detail. Please read and download it here, and also retweet our accompanying graphic here.
Additionally, we would recommend you read this report here by respected US economists Mark Weisbrot and Jeffrey Sachs on how Venezuela is a case of economic sanctions being used as collective punishment, and also watch this video of Mark Weisbrot arguing that denying the impact of the sanctions “is like climate denial” here.
Trump and those who … Read on ...
On Saturday 29th June, friends and supporters of the Haiti Support Group will be gathering in London for our Annual General Meeting. This will be followed by a social dinner and drinks at the fantastic Grill Shack Tiki Bar owned by Haitian chef Jean Daniel François.
Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning to attend.
Our AGM will take place at 2 p.m. 55 Baker Street, and will comprise of a review of our latest campaigns and discussions over future plans. We will also be holding our elections for a new Executive Committee. The following positions are open to election:… Read on ...