No to Xenophobia: Remember ALL lives matter
Durban, 01 May 2015. A highlight of the revulsion in the recent xenophobia attacks that seem to be gaining impetus in each city it passes in South Africa. Every human being has a right to life and this right should be respected, and not be deprived because of their nationality. The South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA)[1] and the Right2Know[2] will be hosting ‘Remember black lives matter’ seminar  on the 1stMay 2015 at the Austerville Civic Hall, at 10am.
The seminar will be in a panel discussion on xenophobia and the Marikana massacre. In attendance will be top speakers from affected communities, Ashwin Desai, Percy Nhau and other prominent speakers. There will also be a screening of the DVD miners shot down showing just what took place on the day of the Marikana.
Let’s come together and stop the ignorance amongst our people, and senseless attacks on innocent people.
Date: 01 May 2015
Venue: Austerville Civic centre / hall
Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

[1]The South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA) is a non-governmental coalition of 16 affiliate organisations concerned with environmental justice and sustainable development in south Durban and eThekwini. The SDCEA was launched in 1995 to unite members in a common struggle for a healthy living environment and environmentally sustainable and socially just development in south Durban. 
[2] The Right2Know Campaign is a coalition of many rather than a single organisation. We current operate through four provincial working groups — in the Eastern Cape, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and the Western Cape — as well as an elected national committee made up of representatives from key civil society organisations, community groups and social movements from across our provincial support bases. Right2Know is a coalition of organisations and people responding to the Protection of State Information Bill (the Secrecy Bill).