PROTEST W LONDYNIE:
#czarnypiatek on the doors of the Polish Embassy in London tonight. Polish women refuse to be silent when politicians try to remove their rights. We stand in #SolidarityWithPolishWomen: #stoptheban! #StrajkKobiet pic.twitter.com/PdJG2e08Gj— Lene Christensen (@ChristensenLene) March 23, 2018
“Polish women taking to the streets today are telling the world they are not going to give up on the fight for their rights. And we @amnesty are going to stand with you. Women’s rights are human rights” @mcostariba in London #SolidarityWithPolishWomen #czarnypiatek pic.twitter.com/zD6KO1cwTB— Fotis Filippou (@Fotis_Filippou) March 23, 2018
Just overhead a woman at the #London #CzarnyPiątek protest tell her daughter 'I'm so tired of protesting this'.— Alison A (@AlisonBrux) March 23, 2018
Tired, but not giving up.
Continuing to protest so that hopefully her daughter won't have to. pic.twitter.com/BaM1oDEW4F
In London @amnesty’s @mcostariba addressing protestors: “Polish women taking to the streets in Warsaw & across Europe, you are source of inspiration for all of us!” #StopTheBan #SolidarityWithPolishWomen #CzarnyPiątek pic.twitter.com/fWNT1hKZ9X— Fotis Filippou (@Fotis_Filippou) March 23, 2018
Joanna Karwecka (współpraca Beata Tomczyk) - Serwis Informacyjny Polskiego Radia Londyn