Steel Warriors a free community outdoor calisthenics gym made from recycled knives confiscated by Police, Langdon Park, Tower Hamlets, East London. Providing young people with a free space that not only gets them talking about knife crime but gives them more confidence in their bodies to walk the streets unarmed. Knives confiscated by Police have been melted down to make the equipment© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk
Local community thanking the firefighters. Silent march in memory of the victims of Grenfell Tower fire on the first anniversary, Kensington, London© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk
Elaine Donnellon, organiser. Camden Against Violence silent march by community campaigners and NEU members against knife crime following a series of fatal stabbings in the area© Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk
Social Housing Not Social Cleansing, stop HDV march to Haringey Civic Centre, London© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk
Laxmi Ben Patel a former striker, unveiling of the Grunwick 40 community mural, Chapter Road, Brent north London opposite the site of the former Grunwick Factory and the union recognition dispute 40 years ago between 1976 and 1978© Stefano Cagnoni/reportdigital.co.uk
March of the towers, Resistance in the East End protest for safe homes organised by Focus E15 Mothers, Newham, East London© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk
Claire Grey, local teacher speaking, Justice for Rashan Charles protest, who died after being chased by police, Stoke Newington, London© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.ukClick for more..
Make Some Noise For Orgreave protest at Home Office calling for public inquiry into policing at Orgreave during the MIners Strike and release of all state documents relating to the dispute© Stefano Cagnoni/reportdigital.co.uk
Mariano Lake, New Mexico, USA, Poisoned water for the Navajo. Sign warning of radiation danger on the site of an abandoned uranium mine, one of more than 500 abandoned mines on Navajo Nation land. This site was operated by Gulf Mineral and, later, Chevron. It has contaminated ground water so that nearby residents must rely on water supplies brought in© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk
Thoreau, New Mexico, clean water being delivered by St. Bonaventure Indian Mission for a Navajo family. A third of the Navajo Nation lack a water supply in some places because past uranium mining has contaminated ground water. Relying on delivered water, these families use an average of 7-10 gallons a day, compared to 400 gallons for the typical American family of four.© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk
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