Monthly Archives: July 2016

More street singing

Protest in Har­mo­ny singing ‘Refugees are Wel­come here’ at the Scot­tish Green Par­ty event out­side Par­lia­ment in June to show sup­port for stay­ing in EU just before the Par­lia­men­tary debate. Some of us were able to be at the vig­il … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Street Choirs Festival, Leicester, 2016

  What a won­der­ful time we had in Leices­ter for the week­end of the Street Choirs Fes­ti­val. 30 choirs, the vast major­i­ty being polit­i­cal­ly engaged, gath­ered for a fab­u­lous con­cert giv­en by local musi­cians and come­di­ans, a great massed sing … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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International Workers Memorial Day 2016

28 April, Inter­na­tion­al Work­ers Memo­r­i­al Day, is a day to remem­ber those who have died through work to pledge our ongo­ing com­mit­ment to improv­ing work­ing con­di­tions around the world. As it does every year, Protest in Har­mo­ny played an impor­tant … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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May Day 2016

Mem­bers of Protest in Har­mo­ny added their voic­es to the 2016 Edin­burgh May Day march and ral­ly. 2016 May Day was cel­e­brat­ed on Sat­ur­day, 7 May and cel­e­brat­ed work­ers’ rights, human rights and the life of James Con­nol­ly. One of … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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