Grenfell 4th Anniversary

It has been four years since that fateful day of the Grenfell fire, that claimed the lives of 72 people, yet not a single person has been held to account. The Grenfell Inquiry is to date, ongoing.

What happened on the 14th June 2017, is a true national tragedy, and one that was entirely avoidable.

We stand in full solidarity with the families and friends of those whose lives were lost, in remembering and commemorating their legacy. 

We stand in solidarity with Grenfell residents; such as Edward Daffarn and all who survived, as well as organisations such Grenfell United, and Justice4Grenfell, in calling for justice for those whose lives were so painfully impacted by the events of June 14th 2017. Read on ...

Solidarity with the Palestinian People

Over the last couple of weeks we have seen the brutalisation and open discrimination of the Palestinian people through the forced expulsions in Sheikh Jarrah, the storming of the Al-Aqsa mosque, and the bombing of the Gaza Strip that has killed at least 9 children. These actions are just the latest in Israel’s decades-old oppression of Palestinians. Israel has set out to control as much of the land of historic Palestine as possible and drive as many Palestinians from the land as it can through a process of settler colonialism.

CLS stands in solidarity with those Palestinians who are being forcibly displaced in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood. Palestinians have been thrown onto the streets, forced from their family homes in … Read on ...

Cultural Resistance – Effective Weapons Against Oppression

Caribbean Labour Solidarity Zoom Meeting – 2pm Sunday May 2nd


The two guests speakers for this meeting are the famous music personalities Dennis “Blackbeard” Bovell and Roger Huddle. They will share their experience of how the state attempted to prevent the cultural expression of discriminated groups being manifested and how these groups used the very culture under attack as a weapon against oppression.

Dennis Bovell was not able to attend the meeting in person, but he gave Dennot Nyack an interview about the Burton 12, some of which was broadcast as part of the meeting. If you wish to view the whole interview, it is here on YouTube…

The Burton 12: On the 13th of October 1974, coming … Read on ...

Assistance Request for St Vincent and the Grenadines

Caribbean Labour Solidarity has received this appeal from the High Commission for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, UK. We would ask you to consider supporting this urgent appeal.

GoFundMe – https://gofund.me/90dbdc94

As you know the activities at the La Soufriere volcano in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have become a matter of serious concern and that the Prime Minister issued an evacuation order for people living around the area of the volcano.  That order affected in excess of 20,000 people.  In less than 24 hours more than 2,000 people entered shelters provided by the Government.  This number will inevitably increase.  These shelters are schools, churches, community centres and hotels.

The evacuation process will increase depending on the intensity of … Read on ...