Category Archives: Remembrance

Launch of the Mikey Powell Memorial Family Fund appeal

Mikey Powell Campaigners

Mikey Powell Campaigners

source: 4WardEver UK
published: 30 August 2015

On the twelfth anniversary of the death of Mikey Powell, who died in the custody of West Midlands Police, campaigning news group 4WardEver UK, which was launched on 1st June 2006 by his cousin Tippa Naphtali, will be launching the National Mikey Powell Memorial Family Fund appeal.

The Fund is being developed in conjunction with the Friends of Mikey Powell Campaign, The United Families & Friends Campaign and Migrant Media.

Organisers also acknowledge the late Pauline Campbell who died in May 2008.

The fund will be the first permanent national resource of its kind for those affected by deaths in custody, making small grants available for families and their campaign groups across the UK to provide practical domestic assistance, to further the work of their own campaigns or to assist them in engaging in other local, regional or national campaigns, events and initiatives. Read the rest of this entry

We Remember…

pauline-for-sarah
Obituary: The Guardian, May 2008

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Remembering Pauline: Six Years On…

Benjamin Zephaniah & Pauline Campbelloriginally published: 14 May 2013

Pauline Campbell was found dead on 15th May 2008, lying on the grave of her daughter Sarah. Sarah tragically died in January 2003 whilst in HMP Styal.

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Picture: Pauline Campbell with Benjamin Zephaniah, Cousin of Mikey Powell @ the ‘Moving Forward Together’ event, Birmingham, 2005.

4WardEver UK set up a website in memory of Pauline shortly after her death was announced, and maintains this site in her honour and to ensure that stories related to the deaths of women and young girls within the prison and psychiatric system are kept in the public eye.

Tippa Naphtali, of 4WardEver and The Friends of Mikey Powell Campaign said; “Pauline was the type of person that if you only ever met once you would be sure never to forget. Read the rest of this entry