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I Am A Proud Hong Konger

I am a proud Hong Konger.  Born and educated here, but also a white English speaker – with citizenship elsewhere. Many recent commentators would try and have you believe my presence at the protests confirms foreign intervention, a hidden international agenda. Some say that I, and the other two million protesters are paid, and give undeserved focus to the seven people holding Stars and Stripes flags.

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JtoJ seeks a new London Volunteer Coordinator

We are currently looking for a new London Volunteer. Check out the post for more details.

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The Local and The Global of Black Radicalism at Cambridge University CRASSH

This session focused on our work with local communities in the UK, including those tackling racial inequality. We made connections to key actors including Bayard Rustin, Paul Robeson & more recent activists.

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When museum activism comes to life

‘When museum activism comes to life’, a Q&A with JtoJ founder & Director Carrie Supple

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5th anniversary newsletter

In case you missed it, check out our 5th Anniversary newsletter which we celebrated late last year.

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Kick It Out Live – 25th anniversary event at Plexal, Stratford 23rd August 2018

I really enjoyed celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Kick It Out. It was well-hosted and everyone who attended the event had a genuine passion and commitment to transform the world of football into a better and more inclusive place.  Carrie, Martin, Parul, Pat, Tamla and I ran a stall showing our films and examples of how our work links with various sports.

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Hello, Goodbye London

It has now been over a month since I have returned home from my time in London. Looking back on my trip, I can see how much I have grown from the new experiences I had. I remember being so nervous to navigate the underground whirlwind which was the tube system on my very first […]

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Train of Thoughts

Watching the plaque honoring Fredrick Douglass be unveiled is such an empowering experience. This is the very house where he stayed and was able to eventually buy his freedom. This is a beautiful honor and tribute to such a dark time in history.

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An American in London

It’s 6:30pm on a Monday night and I am an American college student taking an unfamiliar form of transportation, commonly known as the ‘tube’. I am on my way to go to a local library café to meet a group of various people I have never met before.  I have arrived in London but a […]

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You may say I’m a dreamer but I’m not the only one, I hope someday you’ll join us and the world will live as one

I have been living in London for almost one month now and I’d be lying if I didn’t say I am in awe to be living in the city where the Beatles developed into the iconic band they are known as today.

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