Politics and People's Power after Obama

THE FIRST JOHN LA ROSE MEMORIAL LECTURE David Abdulah talks on ‘Politics and People’s Power after Obama’

Saturday 20 MARCH 2010, 2.00 pm. Followed by discussion forums 4.00pm-6.00pm

Logan Hall, Institute of Education

David Abdulah on 'Politics and People's Power after Obama'

The first John La Rose Memorial Lecture on Saturday 20th March 2010, 2.00pm, followed by discussion forums, 4.00-6.00pm, Logan Hall, Institute of Education, Bedford Row, London WC1.

For further details contact the George Padmore Institute, 76 Stroud Green Road, London N4 3EN 020 7272 4889/8915. email: info@georgepadmoreinstitute.org;

GPI archives now fully accessible

We are pleased to announce that we have secured reading space at the Islington Local History Centre for anyone unable to physically access the GPI.

We can transfer records to the Centre which is situated in the Finsbury Library, 245 St John Street, EC1V 4NB. The Centre is fully wheelchair accessible and has a disabled toilet. Please contact the GPI to book this service and to discuss your needs, on 020 7272 8915. We are grateful to the Islington Local History Centre for this valuable partnership

Young People and new ethnicities

Roxy Harris will talk on ‘Black & Brown British youth: from ethnic outsiders to insiders’. He will be joined by Cise Barissever, a doctoral student at Kings College London, and Aisha Phoenix, a doctoral student at Goldsmiths, University of London. They will both discuss their research on young people and ethnicities.

Feb 07, 2010
George Padmore Institute, 76 Stroud Green Road, London N4 3EN, UK

Young People and new ethnicities - Sunday 7th Feb 3-5.30pm

GPI Generation Celebrates Roxy Harris’ New Ethnicities and Language Use - a study of self-representations of the patterns of language use of a group of adolescents of mainly South Asian descent in West London. The study contributes to an analysis of the nature of ethnicity amongst Britain’s visible minorities.

The George Padmore Institute Condemns Police Attack on Peaceful Protesters

GPI statement on police response to peaceful protest outside Trinidad & Tobago Parliament in December 2009.

The George Padmore Institute  (GPI) condemns in the strongest possible terms the actions taken by the police against peaceful protestors on Friday 18th December, 2009, outside the Trinidad & Tobago Parliament during the Property Tax Debate. The GPI further condemns the arrest of David Abdulah, General Secretary of the Oilfields Workers Trade Union (OWTU) and the attempts by the police to intimidate law abiding citizens staging a legal and peaceful protest.  


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