27.01.19 – 1pm – 2pm QUEER POWER PROTEST against Chechnyan murders this Holocaust Memorial Day – Facebook page here – PLEASE SHARE THIS FAR AND WIDE – WE ARE HERE! WE ARE QUEER! All contributions / if you would like to speak / press requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
‘We are truly grateful to everyone who support us! Moreover, we believe that it was an international pressure that stopped the first wave of persecution, so yes, it will be very useful!’ Sincerely yours, Russian LGBT Network
Chechnya: ‘two dead and dozens held in LGBT purge, say activists’ Guardian 14.01.19
Where – Bayswater Road, opposite Russian Embassy, 6/7 Kensington Palace Gardens, Kensington, London W8 4QP, UK – nearest tube ‘Notting Hill Gate’
When – 1-2pm on Sunday 27th January 2019
What – Please bring as many people as you can AND bring as many pairs of shoes as possible for a sculpture of shoes just like those piled up outside of Auschwitz.
How – If you would like to say some words, perform, write a story or contribute in any way please email us at email@example.com
This Holocaust Memorial Day – 80 years since start the start of WW2 – let’s remember the thousands of LGBTQI+ who perished in the Nazi Holocaust, let’s remember the millions of Queers across the world who have been killed or brutalised since and let’s remember today those who have been killed and nearly 40 detained in a new crackdown on LGBT people in Russia’s Chechnya region. The reports earlier this month echo those from 2017, when hundreds of gay men were rounded up by police in Chechnya and subjected to beatings and electric shocks in secret prisons, provoking international condemnation and sanctions.
PLEASE SHARE THIS FAR AND WIDE – WE ARE HERE! WE ARE QUEER!
Pls support and sign the global ‘All Out’ petition here – https://go.allout.org/en/a/chechnya-2019-uk/
Donate here – https://go.allout.org/en/a/chechnya-donate/
and support the Peter Tatchell Foundation here – www.petertatchellfoundation.org
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