Bangladesh > The historic struggle for housing by Bengali migrants in London

A rally in London’s Hyde Park after Altab Ali – a 25-year-old Bengali textile worker – was murdered by racist teenagers in May 1978. This was a watershed moment in the British Bangladeshi community’s mobilisation against the wider structures of racism. Photo courtesy: Paul Trevor

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