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CAIWU protests for blacklisted Beatriz

City of London. Fri 24th Nov 2017



 The cleneaners arrive outside 1 Finsbury Circus and begin to get out banners and placards

 

 

 The CAIWU flags with the message 'Freedom, Equality, Unity'

 Beatriz who has been sacked and blacklisted because she was a CAIWU rep here

 

 The CAIWU banner

 

 'Justice for the Cleaners'. Alberto explains why they are protesting here

 A man from 1Finsbury Ciricus comes to tell him that his voice is too distorted for them to hear what he says

 and he turns down the volume a little to cut the distortion

 

 When ALberto stops speaking the noise level rises from the vuvuzelas

 

 

 Alberto introduces Beatriz

 Who speaks in Spanish about how she has been treated - and Alberto translate

 

 Then another period of noisy blowing on the horns

 

 

 The group moves up onto the steps

 for some photographs

 

and then packs away to go to two other sites where Beatriz has been blacklisted and no longer works

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