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August 2017

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Stand Up to Trump

US Embassy, London. Sat 19 Aug 2017


 THe protesters held up placards at the US Embassy

 

 

 Kate Hudson (left) with the CND banner

 'I dread the day when the suffering of my fellow is none of my concern'

 A police officer looks at Che t-shirts stuck on the plinth of the Eisenhower memorial - and then gets them removed

 The largest banner at t he protest 'Dump Trump - No Sexism Racism Poverty'

 'In the name of Humanity we Refuse to Accapt a Fascist America'

 'Mein Trumpf'

 'No Hate, No Raqcism, No Trump'

 'Peace'

 'No to Racism' - another embroidered placard

 'Stand Up to Trump'

  Shazia Khan whose father Mohammed Saleem was killed in a racist attack when walking home from a Birmingham mosque in 2013

 

 An argument took place over the mad Irish priest who was dancing to repetitive music at the protest - and was not welcome
    
  

 'Impeach the Orange'

 'Neutrality helps the Oppressor Never the Victim'

 'No to Trump, No to War'

No to Racism No to Trump'


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