THE BLACK PEOPLE’S DAY OF ACTION 02.03.1981 BY VRON WARE

SKU: BK-374 BOOK DAY OF ACTION

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The Black People’s Day of Action 02.03.1981 by Vron Ware

 

A zine of photographs documenting the protests that erupted following the death of 13 young black Londoners during a house fire.

 

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