Journey to Justice


A view from Washington: Bracing for change without the hope by Celina Dunlop

By January 19th 2017 every trace of Barack Obama, his family and the eight years of his occupancy will have been removed from the White House. Washington D.C. is still looking magical, aglow with Christmas bunting, immense wreaths and pine trees festooned with scarlet ribbons, glittering baubles and fairy lights. Children are dressed in their […]

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Help us bring Journey to Justice to Edinburgh

Are you interested in human rights history, arts and social change?  Join Journey to Justice for a taster session hosted by Journey to Justice and RSA Scotland  On Monday May 16th, 2016, 9.30 am – 1pm At Edinburgh Quaker Meeting House, 7 Victoria Terrace, EH1 2JL EDINBURGH JTOJ TASTER MAY 16th 2016 – FLYER Attendance is […]

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THE WALTER TULL STORY – a hero who might have been forgotten by history

It’s about Walter Tull, the first black footballer to be signed by Spurs Football Team and the first black offer in the British Army in WW1. He suffered a horrendous amount of racial abuse and he was dropped by Spurs.  An injustice was also done when Tull was turned down for the Military Cross on […]

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