EMERGENCY Demonstration to Stop Charter Flight to Nigeria and Ghana

Call for Nigerian diaspora community to demand Nigeria withdraw co-operation with these racist, unjust mass deportations.

What you can do:
1. Call, email, Facebook & tweet at the Nigeria High Commission…

Make the point about how Commonwealth citizens of the Windrush Generation have been treated, how many were deported on charter flights? How many Nigerian Students were part of the 50,000 expelled by Theresa May? How many mothers, fathers, grandmothers have been deported on charter flights? How often Britain is returning people whove lived their whole lives since childhood in the UK. It has to stop. Read this petition and statement by Nigerian women in Yarlswood in 2015 who successfully resisted the November charter flight ‘Nigeria Where Is Your Backbone?’

High Commissioners Secretariat: Mrs H. Taddy, 0207 839 1244, hc@nigeriahc.org.uk

Head of Political (Commonwealth Affairs): Mrs I. Effiong-Archibongg, 02078391244,

political@nigeriahc.org.uk

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Government in Crisis over Racism – Bring It Down!

Windrush exposes truth of racism at heart of immigration law. Build the movement to reverse racist immigration laws. AMNESTY for ALL immigrants without papers.

Amnesty Now!

The Windrush generation who moved to Britain in the 1950’s and 60’s are regarded by almost everyone as an intrinsic part of British society. Their generation re-built Britain after the war, the health service, the railroads, drove the buses. Making their lives in Britain meant pushing back against the racist attacks and ‘Keep Britain White’ campaigns of the time. To be told after all these years, by the government’s Home Office, that they ‘don’t belong here’ was an overreach that has exposed the racism at the heart of immigration policy to millions of people. As a result Theresa May’s already struggling government has been left vulnerable on three fronts. Firstly the whole policy of attacking immigrants is vulnerable, in particular Theresa May’s defining policy of ‘hostile environment’. Secondly, Brexit is vulnerable. And thirdly, the crisis-ridden government is vulnerable, and it can be brought down. To stop the attacks on immigrants it is necessary to unite all of those under attack from this government.

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