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Southall Black Sisters founded in 1979 addresses the needs of Black (Asian & Caribbean) women empowering them to escape poverty & violence RT & Follow ≠ endorse
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SouthallBlackSisters Jul 16
To celebrate , our next event: an open-air screening of - the true story of , who will be launching the screening with on 27 July at Southall High Street 1.30pm. Book now for free priority seating.
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SouthallBlackSisters Jul 16
introduced to Parliament but where is the protection for & women? We call on Gov to do the right thing & give proper consideration to amendments we have put forward to protect abused BME &
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LBWP Jul 15
TONIGHT. Occupy Stratford Town Hall 7pm!
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LBWP Jul 15
Thank you so much for signing and sharing the petition, we have passed 3500 and have you to thank for this. The struggle to retain our funding from for our refuges continues. Join us tonight at Stratford Town Hall at 7pm. We will not go silently.
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LBWP Jul 14
ONE FINAL PUSH. Please help us get to 5,000 before our next protest, tomorrow at 7pm!
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FiLiA Jul 14
PROTEST TODAY 7PM Save our refuges Follow
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LBWP Jul 15
STAND WITH US TONIGHT. We must protect specialist refuges from decommissioning. We will not be pushed out. We will not go silently. Occupy Stratford Town Hall.
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Stephen Cowden Jul 12
We see the same issues here with as shown during protests outside . We need to say loudly that is every child’s right and that religious beliefs are not a justification for and
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Chloe Jul 12
! London Black Women’s Project, a local grassroots org that "supports Black & minoritised women & their children affected by violence against women & girls in Newham & the wider area" has lost council support Support their specialist wrk w/ Black & minoritised women by signing !
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LBWP Jul 12
Joined us Monday 15 July. Help protect specialist refuges from decommissioning. We will not be pushed out. We will not go silently. Occupy Stratford Town Hall.
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LBWP Jul 12
We have until Monday to get to 5000 signatures. This is a fight to save our specialist refuges, we cannot be pushed out.
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FiLiA Apr 30
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FiLiA Jul 12
FiLiA SPEAKER ANNOUNCEMENT ♀️ JULIE BINDEL ♀️ SURROGACY IS PATRIARCHAL VIOLENCE FiLiA - A Feminist Conference Tickets are on sale now (concessions available)
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Solace Women's Aid Jul 12
We believe that is a human right and nobody should be without safe housing because of . Has this happened to you or a woman you know? Please take our survey & share so we can
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Women in Prison Jul 12
Join on Monday 15th July to protest against the closure of their vital services in Newham. Also sign and share the petition -
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@UNSRCulture Jul 12
Looking forward2 discussing 2take part in life &FreedomOf expression,& challenges in realizing them, w colleagues in 7/17; pls join us
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LBWP Jul 9
For 32 years, LBWP has supported roughly 2,066 women & 1,160 children in our refuges. We need your support to help keep the doors of our refuges open - help us save our life-saving services for BME women and children.
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Sister Outrider Jul 12
Women of colour “use BME services because of language barriers and culturally specific support available there, and also because they want a service that understands them and their voices.” on the need for & specialist services
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SouthallBlackSisters Jul 12
Service for survivors for BME women continue to be under threat – let’s join the fight to keep refuge services and ensure that specialist domestic violence services do not become a target for austerity cuts
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SouthallBlackSisters Jul 11
Replying to @SBSisters
Children have a right to be taught how to recognise and prevent abuse and to speak out. This is non-negotiable for anyone concerned with equality and human and cultural rights. They belong to women and children too.
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