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Celebration of the Life of Ed Spring

INVITATION TO AN EVENT CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF
ED SPRING
1940 – 2020

Community activist, founder of Tottenham Community Print, Communist, revolutionary, artist, nature-lover, supporter of the Grenada Revolution, human rights activist, loving father, much loved friend to many

at: Unite the Union London Regional Office
33-37 Moreland, Street, London, EC1V 8BB
Nearest tube: Angel, Islington
DATE AND TIME
Thursday, 14 July 2022, 6.30 to 8.30pm

Buffet food and drinks provided
Steel pan
Contributions from those who knew him including a member of the Grenada 17

This will be an informal celebratory event. We would like people to contribute briefly from the floor, either individually or on behalf of their organisations. You might wish to read a poem or piece … Read on ...

Windrush: The struggle goes on.


The Focus for this meeting is around hostility shown towards Windrush claimants, the difficulties faced in gaining access to the compensation scheme and, more generally, the mistreatment of those who have migrated to the UK. This ongoing scandal will be assessed in the light of the on-going threats of deportations to Jamaica and Rwanda.

Speakers:

Glenda Andrew BEM:
is a born and bred Prestonian, and is the co-founder of Preston Windrush Generation and Descendants UK. Glenda, is a member of the Windrush National Organisation and has petitioned Whitehall about the citizenship rights of the Windrush generation. As a Windrush Ambassador, Glenda acts as a conduit between the Home Office and local communities she represents providing feedback from the communities impacted; … Read on ...