Peckham Pride 2017

Through immigration raids, detention and deportations, the government is trying to tear our communities apart. We must fight back together.

What: March through Peckham showing the strength of our communities

When: 12pm Saturday 18th February

Where: Assemble outside Peckham Library, SE15 5JR. 

Post-march event at the Copeland Gallery, SE15 3SN

The venue is wheelchair accessible. 

Performers tbc. 


Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants, Movement for Justice and South East London Sisters Uncut are organising Peckham Pride to resist the attacks by the Home Office on migrants and celebrate the strength of our communities.

We will assemble at 12pm outside the Peckham library before marching through Peckham whilst hearing from and celebrating those resisting raids, detention, and deportations in the community. There will be a a post-march party in the Copeland Gallery with performers, exhibitions, and food and drink. We are looking for more performers, caterers and speakers so please get in touch if you'd like to get involved! 

We refuse to be divided, we refuse to let prejudices turn us against each other. Our enemies are not each other, but borders and bigots. Join us for a celebration of queer and migrant culture in an act of defiance against the increasing repression from Theresa May and her government.

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February 18, 2017 at 12pm - 6pm


Peckham Library
122 Peckham Hill St
London SE15 5JR
United Kingdom
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