ICBU and the African Lives Matter Organization Participate in the Global March Against Racism

Mar 20 2018
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ICBU and the African Lives Matter Organization Participate in the Global March Against Racism



London, March 16, 2018



International Campaign to Boycott UAE (ICBU) and the African Lives Matter Organization in Britain have announced their participation in the fight against racism and slavery on Saturday in a number of British cities with major activity in London.

The action comes as part of the International Day to fight Discrimination and Racism declared by the United Nations several years ago and on Saturday (March 17th). ICBU and the African Organization called for the broad participation in the activities and protests, especially those in London near the British Parliament.

The coordinator of the African Lives Matter Organization said,” the movement aims to defend the victims of slavery in Libya where human trafficking is carried out by armed groups loyal to General Khalifa Hafter.” ICBU printed images and slogans to fight human trafficking in Libya, Dubai and several European countries.


Mr. Green Henry, ICBU spokesman, said that Abu Dhabi has become part of the global networks of racism against foreigners, workers, slavery and human trafficking.

Green said his campaign strongly supports any initiative or activities aimed at helping African migrants stranded in Libya, where the UAE contributes to their suffering to its continued support for gangs that open a slave market. More than eight sit-inns will be held in Britain and several countries on Saturday in an important step to unify efforts to combat slavery and racial discrimination based on color, race or any other reason.

ICBU and many African institutions and communities have organized activities and vigils in France, Britain and America to condemn the role of Abu Dhabi in Libyan bondage and trafficking in African migrants.