Statement in support of Salman Rushdie

Statement in support of Salman Rushdie

August 13 2022 Southall Black Sisters (SBS) strongly condemns the violent attack on Salman Rushdie who has sustained life-changing injuries. While the motives of the attacker are still not clear, it is likely that the fury with which he reportedly attacked Rushdie was...

Announcing our new Executive Director

Announcing our new Executive Director

‘I look forward to joining SBS to amplify Black women’s voices.’ Southall Black Sisters is entering a new phase under the leadership of Selma Taha. We will continue to remain a vital and vociferous campaigning voice for Black and minoritised women, to grow and develop...

Partnership with Specialist Legal Firm  Extended

Partnership with Specialist Legal Firm Extended

We are pleased to announce the extension of our partnership for another year with Wesley Gryk Solicitors LLP, specialists in UK immigration and nationality law, who are rated as leaders in this area of law by both The Legal 500 & Chambers and Partners. Under the...

COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Information Pack

COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Information Pack

Southall Black Sisters will host a virtual webinar for our service-users this week, which is aimed at challenging misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine and boosting uptake amongst BME women. We are grateful to the panellists, Johanna Kellett-Wright of Medact...

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