March Against Racism
BBC to Whitehall, London. Sat 17 Mar 2018
Unite against Fascism and other supporters on the steps of All Souls,
Langham Place, next to BBC
'Hands off the Hijab'
Posters and placards 'Free Yarl's Wood, End Human Rights Abuses in
Calis, Choose Love, Black Lives Matter...'
'No To Racism'
'No To Islamophobia' and 'Free Ahd Tamini', the Palestinian teenager
arrested for slapping an Israeli soldier who entered her garden
A woman holds a Maya Angelou quote about Prejudice, with two cutout
people on her sleeves
'I'll go back 2 "My Country" whn all the White ppl from
Amerikkka, Australi & South Africa come back 2 Europe'
'Free Innocent Joint Enterprise Prisoners' banner in front of Broadcasting
House. Many mainly Black young men got
long sentences because people they knew committed crimes. The law
was found to have been applied wrongly but
they are still held in jail.
Maz Saleem whose Muslim father was murdered by an Islamophobic terrorist
in Birmingham in 2013
'I am changing the things I cannot accept'
'Stop Racist Attacks - Unite & Fignt'
Lindsey German, Stop the War Coalition, speaks on the rise of Islamophobia
'Hate has NO place here, only Love'
'One People One Race - Humanity'
'Love Catalonia Hate Fascism' banner
'Stop Pretending your Racism is Patriotism'
Irish historian Geoff Bell speaks on the history of racism against
the Irish community in Britain
'Refugee Rigths - Close All Detention Centres Now'
'Justice 4 Grenfell'
Tottenham MP David Lammy speaks about racism and Grenfell
Sam Fairbairn, People's Assembly Against Austerity
A protester speaks to David Lammy
'Free Ahed Tamimi'
Stand Up to Racism banners on the ground in front of the march
Victor with the national flag of Ecuador
Daymer with a banner against the Turkish attacks on Afrin
'Fight Racism Close Guantanamo'
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