A free radical history tour of the East End

East End Rebels, strikers and anti-fascists – a guided 2-hour walk through history.

David Rosenberg, of East End Walks, will transport 6 Billion Ways attendees back in time to discover the rich and radical activism of the 1880s and 1930s East End.

During the tour you will visit sites of riot and rebellion, the place where Eleanor Marx and Emma Goldman spoke, and the estate where the Workers Circle movement started. You will also learn how anarchist Rudolf Rocker became a legendary figure among immigrant workers and how Mosley’s fascists were stopped – all in the space of two hours!

So don’t miss the chance to follow in the footsteps of those who refused to accept poverty, exploitation and racism but instead inspired resistance…

blog comments powered by Disqus