Walking together in the name of social justice

A song recorded in solidarity with WalkTheTalk

Tue, 09/15/2015 - 10:36 -- Rob Parker

This song came from our Women's Playback Theatre Company (Tarte Noire) in Devon. Playback Theatre is dedicated to exploring and affirming the everyday stories and experiences that affect peoples' lives. We sent our singing as a gesture of solidarity and appreciation for your efforts in standing up, walking out and speaking up for social justice. We weren't able to be walking with you - but instead lent our voices in support.

Annie Mitchell

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There is a momentum growing amongst psychologists who are pressing for social inequalities to be addressed. Here is a statement produced by clinical & health psychologists, calling on policy makers to address the impact social inequalities have on mental health...

The Walk

100 miles - BPS Leicester to BPS London
5 days - 17th to 21st August 2015

3 causes - The benefits system / homelessness / Food poverty

Join us to walk from Leicester to London to raise awareness of social policies that are leading to psychological distress.

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