National Anti-Slavery March
Belgrave Square to Libyan Embassy, London, UK
People meet in Belgrave Square. A woman holds two posters, 'Where
is Justice?', 'Wher is Mercy?'
Two women are interviewed for London Live
'Slavery Must Go'
The march begins behind the banner 'African Lives Matter - Hands off
A Movement for Justice poster - close the camps, open the borders...
Just behind the main banner is a larger one 'Fight Anti-Blackness
- F**k the EU Funded Arab Run Slave Trade'
A woman holds up a poster calling for Happiness, Peace, unity, Love,
Tolerance, Liberty, generoisty, creativity, freedom, respect
'The silence on African Slavery is Deafening!'
'I can't believe I'm still protesting this shit' 'African Lives Matter'
'Slavery Must Go', 'Black Lives Matter', 'Refugees Welcome Here'
The large MfJ banner on the march
'Today's Fight for Tomorrow Freedom - Fight for what is right'
'You are charged with crimes against humanity'
Many different placards
There were drummers and people with flags
and a lot of chanting - a woman raises her fist
A police officer talks with one of the stewards at Hyde Park Corner
trying to find out which way they want to go to the Libyan Embassy
on the other side of the road
The marchers decide to go around the roundabout
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