It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that the British Muslim Initiative (BMI) mourns the passing away of Redmond O’Neill, advisor to the former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone. To all those [Read more]
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams today expressed his ‘deep sense of shock and sadness at the death of Redmond O Neill’. Mr. Adams extended his ‘sincere condolences to the family and friends [Read more]
First published: 24 July 2007
Those who suffer from an oppression are the only people who understand all its implications and ramifications. It is for this reason that it is a basic principle that women must lead the struggle against women’s oppression and sexism, that gay and lesbian people must lead the struggle against homophobia and, to take the subject of the present posting, that those communities oppressed by racism must have the leading role in the movement against it.
Racism is of course used to divide the whole of the working class. But above all, racism is a set of institutions and ideology which justifies the oppression and exploitation of the non-white majority of humanity.