Tavistock Square tomorrow at 5

Don’t forget the protest tomorrow, 5 p.m. in Tavistock Square. Well it’s 11 p.m. there now, so few of you who are able to go will see this reminder now…BUT MAYBE YOU WILL TOMORROW, ESPECIALLY IF I SHOUT.

So you who are in or near London, or willing to travel from less-near London, the Protest Against Universities UK, No to Gender Segregation rally-protest-demo is tomorrow. 5 p.m. aka 17:00. Tavistock Square, which is a nice square, up there north of Bedford Square and Russell Square.

Outside Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square.

One of Kiran Opal’s designs for a banner:

Chris Moos's photo.

She designed several, which you can print: they are here.

No to gender segregation!


  1. AsqJames says

    I can’t go, but…well, it hadn’t previously registered that the protest was going to be in Tavistock Square. Is that where UUK have their HQ? Because it was also the site of one of the 7/7 bombings.

    I wouldn’t equate a demand for audience segregation to mass murder, but the motivational root is the same. You’d think UUK might look out of the window occasionally and pause to consider what kind of ideology they are kow-towing to!

  2. rnilsson says

    Incredible. One could not make this up in a novel, it would be laughed out. And it’s not even funny.

  3. Omar Puhleez says

    ‘Separate is never equal!’

    An excellent and universal slogan. Cuts right to the heart of the apartheid.

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