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20th June 2015

6/6 was amazing, check out our video of the day - now lets make 8/8 even better!


In order to make the 8/8 #ShutDownYarlsWood demonstration as big as it needs to be we have to seriously fundraise in the coming month, we estimate we need at least ?3000 to pay for coaches from key areas and organising coaches is essential to ensuring that the hundreds of people who want to be there on 8/8 can make it.  


So, if you were inspired by what happened on 6/6, by the power, joy and strength felt when we united with the women of Yarl's Wood in a common fight for freedom - help us make it happen again!


National Fundraising Page...


DONATE FOR 8/8 #ShutDownYarlsWood


We have also set up some regional fundraising pages so that people in those areas can fundraise for a specific coach....


Nottingham 8/8 Coach Fund

Birmingham 8/8 Coach Fund 

Teesside 8/8 Coach Fund



  1. Are you a member of a trade union, can you put a motion to your branch for support and a donation? GET IN TOUCH!
  2. Are you a member of an organisation that can endorse the demo and help fundraise? GET IN TOUCH!
  3. Are you someone who can organise a local fundraiser, house party, exhibition, collection? GET IN TOUCH!

HUGE THANKS to the organisations that have so far come forward to call this demonstration with us....


CheltFems, London Palestine Action, Di?sporas Criticas, South London Anti Fascists, Black Women Against Rape and the All African Womens Group.... 


Can you add your organisations name to the list of supporters?


EMAIL: or CALL: 07535637147 

to discuss how you can help

Movement for Justice...


We march today, we march tomorrow, and we keep marching to build a new Britain: diverse, integrated and equal. We aim to win. We tell the truth about racism, sexism and anti-gay bigotry and the growing inequalities within our society. We believe that every human being is entitled to a job, to education, to food, shelter and the other necessities of life, so that every one of us can live in dignity, proud to be who we are, encouraged and able to fulfil our hopes and aspirations.