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WELCOME TO AFRICAN ECHO...THIS ISSUES TOP STORIES

STRANGERS INTO CITIZENS
18.05.2007

THOUSANDS of individuals and community and religious groups on May 7, 2007 went on a walk in central London. The scene was colourful with a carnival atmosphere, despite the obligatory Bank Holiday Monday rain. Groups ranged from the All African Womens Group, Justice For Cleaners, No Borders and musical support from Rhythms of Resistance, among others campaigned for the regularisation of the status of over 500,000 illegal immigrants living in the UK.  more...

OTHER STORIES

Africans and Blacks more likely to be poor
Man Cuts off Genitals
Community News - Nigerian born Speaker of Hackney Shares her experiences
Charles to 'partner' queen
Zim MPs rapists jailed

IN THIS ISSUE


THE LAW, IMMIGRATION & YOU
TRYING IT OUT-YOU KNOW THE PASSPORT IS NOT YOURS!

The Love Thing

PUBLIC SQUARE
A MEMORABLE BICENTENARY - WITH ONE QUESTIONABLE ACT

Many people have the right skills to foster

Make a difference - Foster a child in Hackney

The African Struggle

 Letters to the Editor

Blue watch

ENTERTAINMENT & ARTS

UCHENNA WINS CARIBBEAN COMMONWEALTH CROWN

SIERRA LEONE'S 46TH INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY CONCERT IN PICTURES

GHANAIAN MUSICIAN DAASEBRE GYAMENA FREED

GUINEA WRITER SEES DEBUT NOVEL IN PRINT

(£5M) INSURANCE FOR UGLY BETTY’S SMILE

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