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Anti-racist conference

National Assembly Against Racism Conference:

'Two Years on from the Lawrence Report’

A regional conference on what the new government must do to stamp out institutional racism

Saturday 19th May 2001; 11am - 5pm

Venue: Sheffield University Students’ Union

(near University tram stop –off Glossop Road)

Light lunch & refreshments available for purchase

Speakers include:

Lee Jasper - NAAR, Mal Hussain, Milena Buyum – NBA, Ramchand Samachetty - Black Health Forum, Roger Sylvester Justice Campaign, Justice for Errol and Jason McGowan, Ray Powell - Black Police Association, Yasmin Khan – National Black Students Committee, Sam Azad – International Federation of Iranian Refugees and John Campbell - President Sheffield TUC (pers. cap.)

Plus workshops on racist attacks & the criminal justice system, education, health, and immigration & asylum

Initial sponsors include;

Sheffield Black Health Forum, West Yorkshire NAPO, Huddersfield Trades Council and Sheffield University Students Against Racism

Ring 07890 131 138 for more details.

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