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Campaigning for peace in Worthing

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About 40 people attended a two hour vigil in Worthing, Sussex, for peace and against racism on Friday of last week, writes Lee Billingham. The protest was organised by Worthing Against War, people from other local groups including Worthing Islamic Society and Worthing Against Racism as well as individuals new to anti-war activity. The vigil attracted toots and waves of support from hundreds of passing motorists in the rush hour traffic.
Issue 1963
The Worthing vigil
The Worthing vigil

About 40 people attended a two hour vigil in Worthing, Sussex, for peace and against racism on Friday of last week, writes Lee Billingham. The protest was organised by Worthing Against War, people from other local groups including Worthing Islamic Society and Worthing Against Racism as well as individuals new to anti-war activity. The vigil attracted toots and waves of support from hundreds of passing motorists in the rush hour traffic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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