Tag Archives: refugees

The kindness of strangers: some reflections on exile and refugees

Dear Readers welcome to a guest post from Ruth Eversley who gave this talk at the International Women’s day  event at the Working Class Movement library earlier  this month Some of what you read here may not be strictly accurate. … Continue reading

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Stop,Look,Listen…my weekly selection of favourite films, books and events to get you out of the house

Watch…Tull at the Octagon Theatre…what has happened to political theatre I am constantly asking myself,  and then up pops a brilliant play. It’s the real story of Walter Tull, the second black professional footballer in Britain,  and one of the … Continue reading

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Community Cohesion at its best : Oldham Unity Destitution Project

22 February is Destitution Awareness Day- what is the reality for people who are destitute and and do we have a responsibility towards helping them? This is an account of a day I spent at the Oldham Unity Destitution Project … Continue reading

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