Traces Of War
Protests / Rallies
On Friday 13th July 2018, thousands of protesters took to the streets of London to denounce the controversial US leader's visit to the United Kingdom. The march, which started in close proximity to the BBC building, began after a choir sang and the suffragette march was played on a loudspeaker.
A wall of noise was created, by singing, cheering and banging pots and pans, as the large crowd headed from London’s West End to Parliament Square. Bright, comedic, and often sweary home made banners made the march a colourful affair for people of all genders, ages, nationalities and backgrounds.
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