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The Refugee Tales
Walking from Runnymede to Westminster in July 2017 in solidarity with detainees. Walking and sharing tales until UK indefinite immigration detention ends.
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Adele Patrick Aug 20
An hour & a half after her session the great still had energy & kindness to spare.
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Meeting with today and we found this poster... We just can't stop talking about it being
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Hilary Chambers 4h
Black Tailed Godwits from yesterday
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Comma Press 11h
Our Refugee Tales II + Protest events in the Sussex Express, part of their Small Wonder coverage:
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David George Haskell Aug 20
"So beautiful was the tree that Xerxes adorned it w/ gold & jewels and stationed a soldier beneath" via
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Jude Cook Aug 20
This anthology of protest fiction from couldn't be timelier. Stories by
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ElkeRitt 16h
Looking for an inspiring break from the madness? Walk to the Plant Scenery art show at Inverleith House
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Yasmin Gunaratnam 15h
Sukhdev Sandhu review 'generous & empathetic study that opens up the study of postwar migration in all its richness'
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IMiX 15h
How do you live on £36.95 a week? Asylum seekers on surviving on their allowance
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#WOMENSART 15h
English artist Vanessa Bell’s book cover designs for (her sister) Virginia Woolf’s texts (1920s-30s)
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Edinburgh Book Fest Aug 20
We underestimate our old people & we treat them really badly. We underestimate their experience, their patience, their slowness ~Ali Smith
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Edinburgh Book Fest Aug 20
Art and mortality are umbilically linked. We understand ourselves and how we last and don't last ~Ali Smith.
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Edinburgh Book Fest Aug 20
Language is all through us. Like tree sap. ~Ali Smith
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Cristian Pena 23h
Pregnant refugees and others denied medical transfers from Nauru violations in
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Andrew Hedgecock Aug 18
Ra Page on the Protest anthology and the value of fictional history:
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Indie Travel Podcast Aug 19
I love reading books set in the destination I'm in! I'm in England, reading Refugee Tales courtesy of ... different perspective.
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Literature Cambridge Aug 19
Hear Ali Smith in conversation with Gillian Beer & get a signed copy of her new book, *Winter*. 12 Nov.
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Eiri Ohtani Aug 19
This makes me want to scream (louder). 'Hostile Environment' makes it impossible for vulnerable people to seek help.
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The Refugee Tales Aug 19
Replying to @ABRACKENBURY
It's wild carrot! Daucus carota:)
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Garden Court Aug 18
High Ct finds "without hesitation" that detention of torture victim in was unlawful:
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