In this session, we will explore archival publications from police monitoring groups, repurposing material from past struggles to make posters and zines related to issues of police violence in the present day. We will look at how these groups used print and design for political communication, and creatively explore how police violence and resistance to it has changed or hasn’t changed over time.
More information about the project
The Institute of Race Relations and Create London supported by Rabbits Road Press are supporting a diverse group of young people to develop an ambitious new oral history project that will take the history and legacy of anti-racist organising in the 1980s as a starting point from which to explore different communities’ experiences of racism in Newham then and now.
Over the next 6 months, a newly-established young people’s group will meet weekly at Old Manor Park Library, and develop a programme of public talks, events, screenings and oral history training sessions that begin to situate their own insights and experiences of racism and activism in the context of this history. The project will culminate in an exhibition curated by the young people at Old Manor Park Library in November 2019.
If you are between 16-30 years old and would like to get involved please RSVP as there are limited spaces available.
This event is part of a series which will be held every Monday from the 8th of July at Old Manor Park Library (835 Romford Rd, Manor Park, London E12 5JY) from 18:00 – 20:00This project is supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.