Chair of the Birmingham Racial Attacks Monitoring Unit (BRAMU), Mr Hayles said -before this week's violence - that a general increase in the number of racial attacks, coupled with the deaths of two black men following contact with officers from West Midlands Police, had put a strain on racial harmony in Birmingham.
What does BRAMU stand for?
BRAMU stands for Birmingham Racial Attacks Monitoring Unit (UK)
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Chairman of the Birmingham Racial Attacks Monitoring Unit, Maxie Hayles, said: "We need to stand up and unite in the fight against the evil that is amongst us.
MaxieHayles, Chairmanof Birmingham Racial Attacks Monitoring Unit, said he felt that the report's findings were 'dangerous'.
It also featured rousing speeches from race equality campaigner Lee Jasper and chair of the Birmingham Racial Attacks Monitoring Unit Maxie Hayles.
Maxie Hayles, from Birmingham Racial Attacks Monitoring Unit, said: "It was important for Mr Jackson to come to the city, not just because of Birmingham, UK, and Birmingham, Alabama, being namesakes, but because we are a city with a minority ethnic mix.
But Maxie Hales - a leading black community figure and chairman of Birmingham Racial Attacks Monitoring Unit - labelled the album cover 'sickening and insensitive'.
Maxie Hayles, Chairman, Birmingham Racial Attacks Monitoring Unit
Maxie Hayles of Birmingham Racial Attacks Monitoring Unit, which is hosting Rev Jackson and organising the event, said: "Quite simply, the man is a legend.