Follow the links for more details of speakers and venues.

Sat 24 Jan: Luton, 1pm; Brixton, 5pm
Sun 25 Jan: Tottenham, 5pm
Mon 26 Jan: University College London, 1pm; Houses of Parliament, 7pm
Tue 27 Jan: Goldsmiths, 12 noon; King’s College London, 7pm
Wed 28 Jan: Warwick University, 1pm; Birmingham, 6.30pm
Thu 29 Jan: University of Manchester, 2pm; Manchester, 6pm
Fri 30 Jan: Brighton, 3pm, Doughty Street Chambers (London), 6.30pm
Mon 2 Feb: Edinburgh and Glasgow, 1pm, 5pm and 7pm
Tue 3 Feb: Oxford
Wed 4 Feb: Leeds, 7pm


Saturday 24 January, 1pm to 3pm Dallow Road Community Centre, 243 Dallow Road, Luton LU1 1TB – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Liberty Louise (Justice 4 Leon Briggs), Attiq Malik (Justice for Faruk), Saqib Deshmukh (Justice for Habib Paps Ullah), Defend the Right to Protest. Luton event on Facebook


Saturday 24 January, 5pm to 8pm Karibu Education Centre, 7 Gresham Road, London SW9 7PH – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Marcia Rigg (Sean Rigg Justice & Change Campaign), Lee Lawrence (son of Cherry Groce), Carole Duggan (Justice for Mark Duggan), Wail Qasim (Defend the Right to Protest), London Campaign Against Police & State Violence. Brixton event on Facebook


Sunday 25 January, 5pm to 8pm North London Community House, 22 Moorefield Road, London N17 6PY – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Floyd Jarrett (son of Cynthia Jarrett), Mryna Simpson (mother of Joy Gardner), Rupert Sylvester (father of Roger Sylvester), Carole Duggan (Justice for Mark Duggan), Stafford Scott (Tottenham Rights), Shanice McBean (Defend the Right to Protest), London Black Revs. Tottenham event on Facebook

University College London

Monday 26 January, 1pm to 3pm The Quad, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Carole Duggan (Justice for Mark Duggan), Adam Elliot Cooper (UCL), Wail Qasim (Defend the Right to Protest) and others to be announced.

Houses of Parliament

Monday 26 January, 7pm to 9pm Portcullis House, Bridge Street, London SW1A 2LW – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Adrienne Makenda Kambana (widow of Jimmy Mubenga), Stephanie Lightfoot-Bennet (United Families & Friends), Becky Shah (Hillsborough Justice Campaign), Diane Abbott MP, Deborah Coles INQUEST plus several speakers from family campaigns Parliament event on Facebook and the website 

Goldsmiths, University of London

Tuesday 27 January, 2pm to 3pm Goldsmiths, Lewisham Way, London SE14 6NW – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Malia Bouattia (NUS Black Students Campaign), Alfie Meadows (Defend the Right to Protest), CAGE. Goldsmiths event on Facebook

King’s College London

Tuesday 27 January, 7pm to 9pm KCL, Strand, London WC2R 2LS – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Adrienne Makenda Kambana (widow of Jimmy Mubenga), Ben Bowling (author of Stop and Search: Police Power in Global Context), Malia Bouattia (NUS Black Students Campaign), Shanice McBean (Defend the Right to Protest). KCL event on Facebook

Warwick University

Wednesday 28 January, 1pm to 3pm Room MS.01, Zeeman Building, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Carole Duggan (Justice for Mark Duggan), Marcia Rigg Sean Rigg Justice & Change, Saqib Deshmukh (Justice for Habib Paps Ullah), Tony Herbert (father of James Herbert), Jessica Agboola (Chair of Warwick Anti-Racism Society) and Abi Awojobi (Warwick Anti-Racism Society).


Wednesday 28 January, 6:30pm to 8:30pm The Drum, 144 Potters Lane, Birmingham, B6 4UU  – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Kadisha Brown-Burrell (Justice for Kingsley Burrell), Tippa Naphtali (Mikey Powell Campaign), Djeneba Bagayoko (University of Birmingham Black & Ethnic Minorities’ Association), Desmond Jaddoo (Birmingham Empowerment Forum), Kehine Adams (New Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies). Birmingham event on Facebook

University of Manchester

Thursday 29 January, 2pm to 4pm Council Chambers, Students Union, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PR – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Carole Duggan (Justice for Mark Duggan), Janet Alder (Justice for Christopher Alder), Sheila Coleman Hillsborough Justice Campaign.


Thursday 29 January, 6pm to 8pm Hideaway Youth Project, Quinney Cresent Shoreham Close, Manchester M16 7DG – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Carole Duggan (Justice for Mark Duggan), Janet Alder (Justice for Christopher Alder), Gus John, Hideaway Youth Project members, Simon Pook (human rights lawyer). Manchester event on Facebook


Friday 30 January, 3pm to 5pm Arts A Lecture Theatre, University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9RH – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Jo Orchard (Justice for Thomas Orchard), Nina Power (Defend the Right to Protest), Stephanie Davis (Researcher and activist at Brighton University). Brighton event on Facebook

Doughty Street Chambers

Friday 30 January, 6:30pm to 8:30pm 53-54 Doughty Street, London WC1N 2LS – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside: Lesley Thomas QC (Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year 2012 –cases include Mark Duggan and Azelle Rodney), Deborah Coles (INQUEST). chaired by Debaleena Dasgupta (Police Actions Lawyers Group), Police Actions Lawyers Group, Defend the Right to Protest and NETPOL Lawyers.

Edinburgh and Glasgow

Monday 2 February

1pm: Edinburgh University

5pm: University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Building Lecture Theatre, Glasgow G12 8QR

7pm: University of Strathclyde, Debates Chamber, Level 6, Strathclyde Union, John Street, Glasgow G1 1JH. featuring Patrisse Cullors alongside Graham Campbell, secretary Ethnic Minority Civic Congress Scotland; Roza Salih, CP Strathclyde SU and NUS BSC Scotland;  Sanjay Lago NUS BSC, president City of Glasgow College NUS

University of Strathclyde event on Facebook


Tuesday 3 February, 7.30pm venue to be announced featuring Rev Sekou Oxford event Facebook 


Wednesday 4 February, 7pm to 9m West Indian Community Centre, 10 Laycock Place, Leeds LS7 3AJ – map featuring Rev Sekou alongside Janet Alder sister of Christopher Alder, Sai Murray David Oluwale Association and Zekarias Negusse Environment and Welfare Officer at Bradford University Students Union Leeds event on Facebook