The Orkney OotWae Racism campaigning group will be remembering Christopher Alder on Wednesday 8th of July at 6pm in their weekly doorstep protest
“I grew up in a small town in Lincolnshire which was and still is predominantly White. I went to school in that town and was the only person in the school that was not White (and this includes all the staff at the school).”
Orcadians continued their successful doorstep protests as part of the Black Lives Matter campaign on Wednesday 1st of July.
“What’s really annoying them is not that Nicola Sturgeon wants Scotland to be independent: it’s that she acts as though it already is.”
“Many people feel you have to conform to a stereotype in order to fit into agriculture, this really isn’t true.” Matt Naylor
Today, Wednesday, 1st of July at 6pm, Orcadians will again be taking part in a door step protest for the Black Lives Matter campaign. The focus for this event will be Breonna Taylor.
“The dead cannot cry out for justice, but it is the duty of the living to do so for them. “
“There were a number of ‘enterprising Orcadian planters, and, of course, slave-holders in the West Indies.’”
Two Orcadian women, artist Fiona MacInnes and Kelly Marwick have collaborated to produce a poster for the campaign Black Lives Matter in Orkney.
“Nearly 80 million women, children and men around the world have been forced from their homes as refugees or internally displaced people.”