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No One Is Illegal Network UK -- No One Is Illegal
No One Is Illegal Network UK -- No One Is Illegal
Digital CollectionStreet Art Graphics
TitleNo One Is Illegal Network UK -- No One Is Illegal
ContributorNo One is Illegal Network; Active Distribution
Time Span2007-2012
Geographic LocationLondon, England
LanguageEnglish
Classgraphic arts
Typesticker
DescriptionSticker features one of the logos of the No One Is Illegal international campaign which consists of a graphic image of a fleeing refugee family. Message promotes their safe immigration into Britain. Slogan supporting immigrants whether legal or illegal. "No One Is Illegal UK campaigns for the total abolition of immigration controls. We reject any idea there can be 'fair' or 'just' or 'reasonable' or 'non racist' controls, and the distinction between 'economic migrants' and 'refugees', and between the 'legal' and the 'illegal'. We support free movement and equal rights for all, and unity between all. We take action in solidarity with migrant struggles. No One Is Illegal UK's founding members are: Steve Cohen (Manchester), Harriet Grimsditch (Bolton), Teresa Hayter (Oxford), Bob Hughes (Oxford), Dave Landau (London)." -- No One Is Illegal UK website
SubjectNo One is Illegal Network; immigration advocates -- Great Britain; immigrants; illegal aliens; emigration and immigration; refugees; anti-immigration border crossing; migrant labor; foreign workers; refugees; racism; anti-racism; refugee families; slogans
Referenceshttp://www.noii.org.uk/; http://www.activedistribution.org
SourceThis sticker was distributed by Active Distribution, a voluntary non-profit organization and a member of the Alliance of Radical Booksellers.
NotesCollected at the 2012 London Anarchist Bookfair. Since it began in 1983, British Anarchist Bookfair has grown to become the largest anarchist event in Great Britain. Anarchists groups sell books and ephemera in stalls and hold talks and workshops for various anarchist groups and campaigns.
RightsPlease see http://www.stlawu.edu/gallery/copyright/.
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