For Freedom / Stand Together: June 4th Massacre 32 Years On
This year marks the 32nd anniversary of the 1989 pro-democracy movement and the Tiananmen massacre. As always, we stand firmly with Tiananmen mothers, supporting their demands for truth, accountability, and justice for victims. We will be holding a candlelit vigil in front of the Chinese Embassy in London on Friday 4 June, 8–10 pm.
Organised by London Remembers June 4, Chinese Solidarity Campaign, Democracy for Hong Kong, The World Uyghur Congress, Global Alliance for Tibet & Persecuted Minorities, Labour Movement Solidarity with Hong Kong, Uyghur Solidarity Campaign UK, Tibetan Community in Britain
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