Anti-racist demonstration – in pictures

Natasha Quarmby's photos of the weekend's 'M22' protest against racism and fascism

March 24, 2014 · 1 min read

3Thousands of anti-racist campaigners rally outside parliament before the march sets off.

7Some of the many thousands of anti-racist protesters enjoy the carnival atmosphere before the march.

8Unite Against Fascism supporters march down Whitehall.

11Carole Duggan and Janet Alder with rapper Ghetts calling for justice for Mark Duggan and Christopher Alder.

Fields of Light photography


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