Women say NO Trump, NO May!
NO TRUMP, NO MAY
No Holding Hands with the KKK
A living wage for all, including mothers & other carers
No billion$ for the few.
Meeting point: 11am, corner Upper Grosvenor St & South Audley St
Our GWS banner was dropped from Waterloo bridge (“The Ladies Bridge” because it was built by women) on 20th January 2017, Inauguration Day
· No rape
· No racism/Islamophobia
· No sexism
· No detention or deportation
· No war or occupation
· No global warming
· No fracking or mining
· No Hillsboroughs, Orgreaves,
· No shoot to kill
· No deaths in custody
· No criminalisation of poverty
· No criminalisation of sex work
· No criminalisation of protest
· No hunger or homelessness
· No austerity cuts
· No benefit sanctions
· No mother and child separation
· No zero hour contracts
· No sexist/racist wage gap
· No disability/age discrimination
· No NHS privatisation
· No grammar schools
· No education fees
· No Trans/Queer bashing
· No billionaire tax dodgers
· No union bashing
· No rendition or torture
While appeaser Theresa consents to a "special relationship" with TRUMP, together with millions of people around the world we refuse to collaborate. The Global Women’s StrikeInvest in Caring Not Killing contingent is on the march to say NO sexism, racism, poverty. We demand a living wage for mothers and other carers. Those who care deserve more than low pay or no pay. Investing in caring prioritises all of us, not the billionaires, or the oil companies, or the military, or the rest of Trump’s Klan who think they can get away with rape and murder.
Co-ordinator of Global Women's Strike
In The Guardian: Child removals mark a return to Victorian values
More Guardian articles
Quoted in NY Times Op-Ed: Pay People to Cook at Home!
Other countries we work with (so far...)
UK Mon 20th Feb 17
Mon 20th Feb 17
Sat 11th Feb 17
UK Wed 8th Feb 17
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Great article: Hunger for Justice
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