Launch of the Brick Lane 1978 short film, made by Four Corners volunteers in collaboration with the Rainbow Collective.
Brick Lane 1978 film show jointly by Four Corners and Swadhinata Trust at 121 Roman Road, London, after Film show number of 1978 anti-racist campaigners’ following persons spoke, Abdul Mukti Chunu, Akikur Rahman Shirajul Haque, Rafique Ullah and Sunahwar Ali founder Chairman of the Swadhinata Trust, the event Chaired by Julie Begum, Chairperson of the Swadinatha Trust.
Everyone spoke about their experience in 1978 against the National Front (NF). After the murder of Altab Ali, our fight was a matter of survival, with racist attacks and abuse going on almost every day, and disadvantaged communities were deprived of housing, education and all other necessary facilities within the system and also which some highlighted support and black and white united during 1978 from all over London, and many individuals provided help and support motivated many of us during 1978.
They included Joe Abraham, Paul Besley, former Bishop of Stepney Jim Thompson, Richard Smith, Patrick Kodikara, Aloke Biswas, Bhajan Chattrajee, Dan Jones, Cathy Peters and her family, Bill Kelly, Jeff White from Avenues Unlimited, Caroline Adams, John Newbigin, Clare Murphy, Derek Cox, Simon Heaven, Paul Trevor, Mala Sen, Farrukh Dhondy, Peter East.
Sunahwar Ali 1978 Anti-Racist Activities and Founder Chairman of the Swadhinata Trust
Sunahwar Ali 1978 Anti-Racist Activities and Founder Chairman of the Swadhinata Trust and Julie Begum, Chairperson of the Swadhinata Trust.