United Nations Anti-Racism Day March – London – 18 March 2017

A march took place in London demonstrating against racism on UN Anti-Racism Day, which including groups against Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, ‘Stand Up to Trump’, ‘defend EU migrants’, ‘Black Lives Matter’, ‘Defend Free Movement’ and ‘No to the Muslim Ban’. The march passed a group of Britain First members behind a police cordon. A number of singers closed the day’s event representing ‘Love Music Hate Racism’.

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Anti-Trump Women’s march on London – US Embassy and Trafalgar Square – 21 January 2017

Following the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the USA a number of protests were held around the World in relation to some of his alleged views. In London a Women’s march on London gathered outside the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square before heading to a rally in Trafalgar Square. An estimated 100,000 people joined in the London march, with figures into the millions worldwide.

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Anti-Trump rally outside US Embassy -London – 20 January 2017

Timed to coincide with the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the USA, a number of protests were held around the World. Amongst those was one outside the US Embassy in London rallying against alleged racist, homophobic and sexist remarks made by Trump.

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