SoulsINQUEST: The UK is Not Innocent: The Story of INQUEST

When

Wed, 19 June 2024

3.30pm - 5pm

Where

Platform, The Bridge - Platform, The Bridge, 1000 Westerhouse Road, Glasgow, G34 9JW

Further info

Cost: Free entry

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Type: Talk

PHOTO CREDITS: © Sarah Booker

The UK is Not Innocent is a 45-minute documentary film made by Rainbow Collective as part of INQUEST’s 40 Years heritage project. The film traces INQUEST’s evolution from a grassroots collective of families bereaved by state-related deaths to an established charity providing expertise on deaths in custody, exposing forty years of state violence and resistance in England and Wales.

Following the screening, there will be a Q&A exploring the role of visual arts in campaigns for social and racial justice.  Q&A will be chaired by Naomi Oppenheim (INQUEST) and will feature Rachel Hamada (Take One Action), Sarah Booker and Simon Israel

PLEASE NOTE: 
This film features addresses sensitives themes.
It includes material on the following: hateful language, racism, classism, sexism, mental ill health, sexual assault, child abuse, self-harm, suicide, violence, torture, death and dying. The 10th edition of Glasgow International Festival of Contemproary Art will take place between Friday 7 June and Sunday 23 June 2024.

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