Black Lives Matter

Devas Club is committed to equality for all. We are eager to break through historical traditions and we champion the voice of young people. We continuously encourage each other to ask those uncomfortable questions, to challenge racism head on and to stamp it out for good. 

The club sees itself as a safe space where young people can meet, have open discussions and can share ideas in a free, fair and secure environment.  

We accept the responsibility as a leading youth organisation, to be an example of unity & strength. Please join us, as we stand against racism. 

Join us in understanding the experience of black lives with the following links:

James O’Brien (LBC) interviews Akala.

Documentaries for viewers that are 15 years and over:

Justice for Joy (1995): Documentary examining the death of Joy Gardener in 1993. (Contains strong language, viewer discretion is advised).

13th (2016): Documentary on the criminalisation of African-Americans and the United States of America’s prison boom. Directed by Ava Duvernay. (Contains scenes of violence and injury).

Who Killed Malcolm X? (2020): Groundbreaking investigation into the death of Malcom X. (Contains scenes and references to violence).