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  • Pictures from the Southall Black Sisters protest

    by Sunny
    27th February, 2008 at 12:24 am    

    Yesterday evening a protest was held in front of Ealing Council town hall against grant cuts by the council to Southall Black Sisters - perhaps the best known Asian women’s refuge group. Around a 100 people were there, mostly women. I went along to show my support and here are some pictures.






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    1. About Last Night « Rupa Huq’s home on the web

      [...] in Uncategorized Sunny has some pictures up of the Save Southall Black sisters protest last night here. It was my first demo in ages and my three year old added his voice to the chanting (including [...]

    1. Ruzi — on 27th February, 2008 at 6:35 pm  

      Do they get goverment support? YI heard they do good work. Culturally sympathetic but dont take any crap.

    2. thara — on 27th February, 2008 at 7:25 pm  

      Go ma sisters!

      I really respect women who do this sort of work. They are too often met with opposition and ambivalence by the public. Would be good to see some blokes out there too.

    3. nodn — on 28th February, 2008 at 10:21 pm  

      Thanks Sunny. Please join my facebook group and upload these there!

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