They Haven’t Done Nothing

1 April, 2021
– 30 September, 2021

This exhibition has ended.

6 July at 10 am – 7 July 10 am

They Haven’t Done Nothing (1985) is a two part TV documentary produced by Liverpool Black Media Group and Bea Freeman. First aired on Channel 4, the film reflects on the social conditions of Liverpool four years after the 1981 uprisings in Toxteth. They Haven’t Done Nothing interrogates the social conditions and institutionalised racism that continue to be responsible for uprisings in Liverpool since 1919.

Listen to Producer Bea Freeman talk about making the film here in conversation with LUX Curatorial Fellow Cairo Clarke. 

Directed by David Horsefield

Production Company Liverpool Black Media Group

Producer Bea Freeman

They Haven’t Done Nothing

A film by Liverpool Black Media Group, directed by David Horsefield, produced by Bea Freeman

1985
52'41"

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