AIM Justice for Osime Brown Protest

On the 4th of September we at AIM held a protest alongside Justice For Osime Brown, outside the Home Office. We need his deportation to be stopped. We are now protesting again on the 25th of September from 1-4pm again outside the Home Office, as Osime has been notified by letter of an intended move upon his release from Stocken Prison on October 7th straight to a detention centre to await deportation to Jamaica. These pictures are from the 4th of September.

Details of upcoming protest here: https://facebook.com/events/s/stop-the-deportation-of-osime-/2849514861959307/?ti=cl

People unable to attend the protests but whom wish to help should contact their MP’s and sign and share our petition. Please see more details here: https://linktr.ee/Justiceforosimebrown

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Written by Amanda Seigler

Amanda Seigler is the executive director at Fierce Autistics and Allies. She is a writer, an activist, and an advocate. She is an LGBTQ+ autistic from South Florida, is married to a very supportive husband, and has six children. She has been fighting the CD protocol and other quack treatments since 2014. She is a veterinary technologist (LPN for pets). She has her associates and bachelors degree in Veterinary Technology from St. Petersburg College. She is very involved with scouting with her six children. Three of the children are autistic but all are Neurodivergent. Her hope is to bridge the gap between allies and autistics while fighting the pseudoscience that threatens all people, not just autistics.
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