|Pictures courtesy of Grunwick 40|
Amazing how the Grunwick dispute that took place 40 years ago is inspiring
struggles today. All credit to the local activists here in Brent who got
together to organise an exhibition, a mural and other events to
commemorate the Grunwick workers' strike with the intention of making it relevant to current
struggles around working conditions, women workers, migration and race -
not just dry history.
Their success in doing so was summed up when the exhibition was visited by the Durham Teaching Assistants who are mounting a terrific campaign of their own LINK
. They have spoken of how their struggle has been inspired by Jayaben Desai and her fellow workers and they deserve Aditya Chakrobortty's LINK
description of them as the 'Durham Lions'. The photographs speaks for themselves - pride and solidarity.
The exhibition finishes on Sunday March 26th (closes at 5pm) so if you haven't seen it get down to Willesden Library as soon as possible.
Link to other Wembley Matters coverage of Grunwick HERE
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