Monthly Archives: April 2013

Original Soho Plaque missing

The original memorial plaque dedicated to Andrea Dykes, John Light and Nick Moore who died in the Admiral Duncan Bombing (30th April 1999) has gone missing. Mark Healey from 17-24-30 noticed that it had gone during recent checks. “If anyone … Continue reading

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17-24-30: MAKE TIME TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT

14 years on and another set of anniversaries is passing us by. 17-24-30 the dates of the three nail bomb attacks that took place in April 1999 when David Copeland set out to stir up fear and hatred by launching … Continue reading

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Mark Healey: Why I think it is important to support Pride

When Ian Baynham was punched and kicked into a coma, later dying from the injuries he sustained, Pride London along with other organisations helped me stage the first London Vigil against Hate Crime (30th October 2009). This was one of the biggest … Continue reading

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April acts of remembrance 17-24-30

In April 1999 David Copeland set out to stir up fear and hatred in the hope that it would lead to the election of the British National Party. He planted three nail bombs over a period of three weekends. The … Continue reading

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A message from GMFA

New beginnings, new surroundings A message from Matthew Hodson, GMFA’s Head of Programmes Dear supporter, I wanted to write to you to let you know about some of the changes that are happening with GMFA, and how this will affect … Continue reading

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How do we make this an LGBT+ familiy friendly space/campaign?

In the lead up to our first LGBT+ drop-in/social at 170 Community Project we received some enquiries about whether or not the space would be LGBT+ family friendly. Yes of course we hope it will be and we want everyone … Continue reading

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Link to 100 marriage equality blogs

Hi. I am Joseph Atkins, webmaster and editor of the Gay Dating Blog. As the Supreme Court hears arguments on gay marriage rights laws this week, we decided to compile a list of our favorite 100 marriage equality blogs. I … Continue reading

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