Mike Pollitt | Tuesday 13 August, 2013 10:05
This interactive timeline is a useful way in to the London Against Racism website, which collates interviews, films and images telling the stories of the people who have stood up against racism over the last 80 years. It also reminds you of the violence and intolerance they were up against.
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