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Women in Poland; Putting them back into the story of the Solidarity Movement.

    In 1981 riots broke out in Moss Side where I lived. It reflected the oppression experienced by the Afro-Caribbean ¬†people in that area; that they were discriminated against in housing, education and employment. After the riots, people like … Continue reading

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