Sunday, 24 May 2020

Six dead and still nothing said: Halifax 1842 remains unmarked in the West Yorkshire town

I have made a short film on events in Halifax in 1842, 178 years on there is nothing publicly anywhere in the West Yorkshire town that honours those who were slaughtered by the military and special constables, who were cheered on by the local employers who are very much publicly honoured in the town with statues and plaques.

This needs to change.

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