Day of action at the ExCeL, London • 4 September 2019
It is part of a week of protest co-ordinated by Stop the Arms Fair
From Medact Peace and Security Campaign
The plan that came from the bottom up
This is not a ticketed event but we expect it to be very busy - please arrive early to ensure a place...
The discussion will include why the protest was so large, the second largest of the whole tour (the Anti-Apartheid Movement organised protests at all 26 matches), and why the police acted so decisively with the chief constable telling the press afterwards they could say the demonstrators were frightened.
All are welcome.
Organisers Keith Venables and Ali Ronan have put out a call welcoming stories, poems, films and exhibitions - contributions in any medium lasting 15/20 minutes are invited.
The event is free but donations are welcome. Please get in touch to register:
Ali Ronan firstname.lastname@example.org or Keith Venables iwceducation@yahoo.
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