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The 23rd August each year is International Slavery Remembrance Day. Last year we made history by marking this day with the first ever national memorial service to be held in Trafalgar Square for the victims of the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

On Sunday, August 20th we shall once again be marking International Slavery Remembrance Day with a national memorial service in Trafalgar Square for the victims of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, and we hope you will join us.

Don’t forget to buy your Slavery Remembrance Sankofa Badge from our shop, designed to commemorate and honour the victims of the African Holocaust.

The memorial is also to help promote International Slavery Remembrance Day (23/08).

We believe unity is our key so we ask that those attending wear the colours symbolising black unity, red, black and green.

This service is for anyone who believes the victims of the Transatlantic Slave Trade/African Holocaust deserve to be remembered no matter what race or colour you are.

Don’t forget to wear your slavery remembrance badge, to show the world that you haven’t forgotten.

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One Comment

  1. Rico July 24, 2017 at 11:00 pm - Reply

    We must NEVER forget.

    Our ancestors are now united as one, we will join them when our time is up here, they don’t see us in terms of colour of skin, we are not Black or White but dark and light shades of the same skin.

    When you mix black with white you get Grey, but mixed Heritage people are not described as Grey Skins!

    Whiteness and Capitalism created Racism, we must irradiate it now✊

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