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MY BRITISH ARCHIVE, THE WAY WE WERE 1968-1983

Willisden, London. 1977<br />
The Grunwick film processing plant dispute was over the sacking of 100 mainly south Asian women workers who joined a union. The strike became a cause celebre involving thousands of demonstrators, over 500 arrests were made during two years of often violent clashes.<br />
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Johnny Patel ( left) if you know the names of the other strikers on the picket line please let me know.
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GRUNWICK OFFICIAAL PICKET LINE POLICE ON DUTY STRIKERS FACTORY GATES
Willisden, London. 1977
The Grunwick film processing plant dispute was over the sacking of 100 mainly south Asian women workers who joined a union. The strike became a cause celebre involving thousands of demonstrators, over 500 arrests were made during two years of often violent clashes.

Johnny Patel ( left) if you know the names of the other strikers on the picket line please let me know.

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Date: 15 Feb 2010
Location: London UK
Credit: HOMER SYKES
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