signifies a cause fighting for justice, institutionalised racism, in-equality,  human rights, and discrimination.

Founded by THE BLACK EXCHANGES , we ask you to join in solidarity on all Social platforms, unite with changing your profile to Orange. A colour that represents:expression of emotions and freedom, equality and justice. If you aren't physically able to protest, there are many other ways in which you can support such as; voicing the injustice to your circles, to your government and within you community boycotting and DONATE.

THE COLOUR ORANGE :  Represents freedom of emotions and expression, passion, intuition, personal power and progression.

There has been NO PROGRESS, society still has a disregard for black life. We are determined to be heard; silence is violence, no silence , no peace. HOWEVER a protest is not the only way to be heard.  One way to show your support is through donation to this fund that we will distribute to charities & collectives supporting justice, black lives and memorials for innocent victims taken from us.

The Chosen US charities ; Black Visions Collective, The George Floyd Memorial Fund, Equal Justice Initiative and Black Trans Protectors Emergency Fund.  The Chosen UK Charities; Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust and Black Lives Matter,

George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Sandra Bland, Nina Pop, Leon Briggs, Aston Mclean,  OlaSeni Lewis, Mark Duggan, Stephen Lawrence mattered. The list is endless.


Sade Byfield-English and Anna Fearon (founders of The Black Exchange and United Against Oppression), took to the streets of London to be heard, starting at Parliament square to the American Embassy, demanding justice at a peaceful protests WESTANDUK 31st, May 2020. We marched, however, remember that COVID-19 is still apparent. We took it upon ourselves and made the personal decisions to march, do not take it upon your's if you or your loved ones are at high health risk.

We independently must unite and join in fighting for justice & equality. We all see the injustice and corruption of the police , an organisation that is meant to serve and protect all people. We see it in America and globally, constant injustice and systemic racism against black and brown lives. This type of behaviour seems as if it is condoned if not encouraged within the police departments, and many other institutions. We see it globally within the Government, educational institutions, on our streets, daily encounters and  through our screens. We all saw a police officer, commit murder through these screens, and it is happening across the world. Enough is enough!

Remember black people are 3.2 more likely to get COVID19 in the UK. We took it upon ourselves and made the personal decisions to march solely,  however please if you chose do so, be responsible of your safety, and the safety of others. #unitedagainstoppression #blackexchanges #unitewithorange 

We ask you to donate, and Join us @blackexchanges on Saturday, Instagram live & zoom to discuss ways you can support the cause.

Join and follow BLACK EXCHANGES  on Instagram LIVE 4PM ,conversation Saturday.


An unlearning of western ideologies. An exchange of knowledge, fighting for social justice , equality and liberation.

It starts with conversation, conversation that leads to action.

We stand against injustice and discrimination.
We stand against institutionalised racism.
We stand united against oppression.

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