UNA Lunchbox Talk

Posted on | September 9, 2013 | No Comments

Dear Friends,

This is just a last minute reminder of our UNA ‘LunchBox’ talk at 1pm on Friday 20 September in the Friends Meeting House in Upper Goat Lane, Norwich.
This month our speaker is Ian Sinclair who has just written a book about “The March That Shook Blair – an oral history of 15 February 2013” . This is a popular topic now, especially as a result of the recent anti-war vote in Parliament.  Ian will examine the effectiveness (or otherwise) of protest marches. As he says in the introduction to his book: “In writing The March That Shook Blair my intention is to address and refute these two popular arguments: – that the march was an unimportant and inconsequential historical event and that it achieved “absolutely nothing”.  My aim is to document, celebrate, investigate and critically analyse the largest political march in British history and the wider anti-war movement.”
“Ian Sinclair is a freelance writer living in London. He writes regularly for a number of progressive publications such as Tribune, Peace News, the Morning Star and Red Pepper. His first book The march the shook Blair: An oral history of 15 February 2003 will be published by Peace News Press in February 2013.”
This should be a very interesting talk and I urge you not to miss it.  Posters are attached, please display if possible.
best wishes,



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