Black Lives Matter in Britain

How one British city became a focus for solidarity

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Like the rest of the world, Britain is undergoing its own Black Lives Matter protests.

On the 7th June, a statue was torn down in the city of Bristol in England by a large crowd. To whoops and cheers, a rope was placed around the statue’s neck, it was ripped off its plinth, rolled through the streets and…

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Alex Kilcannon

Alex Kilcannon

Writer, poet, outdoors instructor and Mother of Teenagers. I rewild kids for a living.

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