Anti-G8 action in pictures

You sent us your pictures of anti-G8 action this month in London

June 28, 2013 · 3 min read

convergence center making shirts, by Anna ForgioneT-shirt making at the convergence center

convergence center flags, by Anna Forgione Flag over the convergence centre

protester in front of bernardos charity shop to protest their involvement with immigration dention centres for children, by Anna Forgione At Bernardos charity shop to protest against their involvement with immigration dention centres for children

pensioners against the crisis, by Anna Forgione Greater London Pensioners’ Association at Canary Wharf

'Capitalism equals crisis' banner at Canary Wharf with brass band, by Jenny Nelson Capitalism equals crisis banner at Canary Wharf


Power to the People banner at Canary Wharf, by Jenny Nelson Banner at Canary Wharf

14.06 protesting with love

Tripods erected at Canary Wharf, by Jenny Nelson Tripods erected at Canary Wharf

Crowd outside Canary Wharf tube station Crowd outside Canary Wharf tube station

Workshop on debt at Canary Wharf, by Jenny Nelson Workshop on debt

Woman holding placard, by Anna Forgione

14.06 protesting bannerWith special thanks to photographer Anna Forgione


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