Sarah Bainbridge Speaks Asylum In Trafalgar Square
Sarah Bainbridge speaks asylum – the first language of refugees around the world.
On July 30, 2009, she bravely stood atop the fourth plinth in London’s Trafalgar Square (on behalf of Refugee Action UK), and used her asylum-speaking skills to help dispel some of the myths about refugees.
Coincidentally, there was a group of young refugees who happened to be visiting Trafalgar Square at exactly the same time - that's synchronicity for you!
I took a couple of pix (below), and made podcast of my brief conversation with Refugee Action UK spokesperson Esme Peach, who had some interesting things to say about asylum seekers...
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