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"Injustice" screening and fundraiser for the National Memorial Family Fund

Sun 20.09.20
7:30pm10:30pm
GMT+1 / British Summer Time
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Join us for a screening of ‘Injustice’ and a fundraiser for the National Memorial Family Fund (NMFF), featuring a conversation with Michelle Kelly from NMFF and the film’s director, Ken Fero. Banned from UK television since its release in 2001, ‘Injustice’ is the multi-award winning feature film that documents the horrific loss of life at the hands of the state and it's attempts to cover up these killings. The families of the dead want justice and they will not stop until they have got it.

The National Memorial Family Fund is the first permanent national resource of its kind specifically for those that are affected by deaths in custody. Small grants will be made available for families and their campaign groups across the United Kingdom to provide practical domestic assistance, to further the work of their own campaigns or to assist them in engaging in a range of other local, regional or national campaigns, events and initiatives.

Click here to donate to the NMFF. Click here to sign the petition for Channel 4 to screen 'Injustice'.

Speakers:

Tru Powell is a representative of the National Memorial Family Fund - the first permanent national resource of its kind for those that are affected by deaths in custody.

Ken Fero is Director of the award-winning documentary film "Injustice" which documents the struggles for justice by the families of people that have died in police custody.

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Michelle Kelly is a representative of the National Memorial Family Fund - the first permanent national resource of its kind for those that are affected by deaths in custody.

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