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Edinburgh Council appoints Sir Geoff as independent chair to lead Edinburgh Slavery and Colonialism Legacy Review Group

The Group will review features such as statues and street names in the city which commemorate those with close links to slavery  more  

Kamala Harris – the first elected black woman in the White House

Kamala Harris announced her candidacy for President of the United States on 21 January 2019 at Howard University.   more  

Opinions wanted on a new draft strategy aimed at helping people begging in Glasgow.

The document outlines measures to help people involved in street begging to improve their lives long term and help lift them out of poverty so they have no need to beg.  more  

Coronavirus Prevention: What you must do

As the spread of coronavirus continue and lockdown measures implemented in the West of Scotland, here is a reminder of what you must do  more  

Covid-19 cases in the African continent continue tick upwards

South Africa continues to lead in terms of cases (592,000) but also testing capabilities. Nigeria, Ghana, Algeria, and Ethiopia count amongst the countries with the larger number o...  more  

Pupils at Bannerman High School in Baillieston among 8 COVID-19 positive cases in North East Glasgow

Test and protect staff are contacting anyone who may be affected and there is no current added risk to the wider community due to this cluster of cases.  more  

Professor Sir Geoff Palmer talks to Jambo! Radio

Sir Palmer is Scotland's first black Professor. He want slavery history be taught in schools in Scotland and is against the pulling down of statues of people connected to the slave...  more  

We celebrate Diane Umuhoza on Carers Week 2020

Diane has been a Carer for 12 years and is training to be a nurse. Originally from Rwanda, Diane has been in Scotland since 2004.  more