Where: – Westminster Central Hall, London SW1H 9NH

When: – April 28, 2010 at 06:00 PM -to- April 28, 2010 at 10:00 PM

REGISTER NOW for the biggest political rally of this General Election campaign at: www.blackbritaindecides.com

Equanomics UK in partnership with Operation Black Vote, JUST West Yorkshire, the 1990 Trust, the Peace Alliance and many others in the Black Leadership Coalition, including church leaders, business leaders, activists and faith groups, will be hosting the largest BME political rally of the 2010 general election campaign ‘Black Britain Decides’.

Starts Wednesday 28th of April 2010, 6.30pm at The Methodist Church, Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, London, SW1H 9NH.

register now by visiting: www.blackbritaindecides.com

‘The Black Manifesto – The Price of Race Inequality’ a pre and post set of demands for politicians will also be available on the night. There are at least 120 marginal seats that BME voters could significantly influence. This then is our time to demand greater social, economic and racial justice.

The rally will be syndicated to more than a million black people via the vast BME media network and other National media corporations.

The mainstream party political leaders have been invited and stated that they would like to be there. In a closely fought political race, the Black vote: African, Asian, Caribbean and other ethnic minorities will hold the key to who wins and who loses this election.

During this election campaign our call will be for justice and equality of opportunity in all areas at all levels of society, particularly in relation to economic justice and protecting our young people from violent crime rather than constantly branding them as criminals and radicals.

‘Black Britain Decides’ is free and places are limited so registering for it is essential. OBV are leading on delegate support, so for any queries please contact:

Jyoti Bhojani or Aisha Hassan on 0208 983 5460 or Aisha@obv.org.uk

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