Osime Brown

Free Osime Brown

Osime Brown is 21, autistic, and Black. As a teen, he was pulled from his loving home and placed into foster care. One day, when older boys from his group home stole a cell phone, he tried to stop them. He was given a five-year prison sentence for theft.

In prison, he has been severely mistreated, bullied, and abused.

Now, the UK government wants to deport him to Jamaica where he knows no one or nothing.


Autistic and dyslexic. Imprisoned so young, he’s not been able to learn how to navigate the world.

health at risk

Prison isn’t equipped to meet his medical needs. He has congenital heart disease, severe PTSD, and a history of loss of consciousness.

how can you help?

  1. Share about his case
  2. Sign the petition
  3. Contribute to his legal defense fund
  4. Write your MPs (template here)

NeuroClastic Articles

Breaking News: Movement in Osime Brown’s Case

Our voices have been heard, and there has been progress! This hopeful battle won is a fresh wind in the sails as we enter the home stretch of the fight to stop the deportation of Osime Brown.

Protests continue to call on the Home Office to stop the deportation of Osime Brown #FreeOsimeBrown

Following on from the protest earlier in September, protesters once again gathered outside of the Home Office, London, UK, to demand that the pending deportation of Osime Brown be halted.

Barbed wire at the top of a cement fence

Worse than prison: an immigration detention centre could kill Osime Brown

The notion of Osime being detained in an immigration detention centre is unthinkable. And yet, this seems to be the plan when he is released from prison on 7th October.

Protesters gather outside The Home Office in London to demand they #FreeOsimeBrown

On Friday, September 4, organizers gathered to demand justice for Osime Brown. Hear the impassioned speeches of Osime’s family and activists there in support.

URGENT CALL TO ACTION: Asking the Global Community to help #FreeOsimeBrown

We need your help. No matter your circumstances, where you are in the world, or what tools you have at your disposal, we are asking the global community to help in the URGENT efforts to #FreeOsimeBrown because #OsimeMatters.

A Poem from Matthew Rushin to Osime Brown

The world has gotten to know the stories and faces of Osime Brown and Matthew Rushin. Now, they know about each other. Matthew writes a poem to Osime.

External Articles

Vulnerable Autistic · Son · Wrongfully Convicted

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