Posts Tagged ‘latin america’

Another honoured visitor to Seven Sisters market

December 18, 2016

Laura Alvarez came to the indoor market at Seven Sisters on Friday 16th December. She heard how the Latin American-majority market is threatened by a Compulsory Purchase Order issued by Haringey Council (more…)


London for All /No Place for Hate

August 2, 2016


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Sunday July 31

A march and rally in response to recent surge in racist attacks, both verbal and physical, and the feeling among many EU and other citizens here that they suddenly don’t belong, post-Brexit.

Organised by Citizens UK,  one march came from the Cathedral of St George in Southwark (an important centre for London LatinAmericans). Simultaneously  groups came from the East London mosque and Tower Hill. They met at City Hall then together crossed Tower Bridge and back, to symbolise connections between north and south London..




A Convocation of Ambassadors

September 24, 2008

Well you tell me what is the collective noun for a set of ambassadors and consuls and other embassy people. By some magic, the Wards Corner Coalition invited all the Latin American representatives to Seven Sisters tonight to  meet and to hear the Wards Corner story. It seemed to go well, I speak about ten words of Spanish so the detailed report will have to follow when I get the translations.

We welcomed ambassadors, consuls or first secretaries from the following embassies:
Spain, Cuba, México, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Brasil, Peru, Chile.

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