Jess Hurd


I Love Migrants

I Love Migrants event at the Foundry tonight, I will be showing a selection of campaigning images from the last decade.

Image shows Iranian Kurdish asylum seeker Abas Amini who sewed up his eyes, mouth and ears to protest against the Home Office’s judicial review of his deportation case. Amini, 33 fled to Britain from Iran after imprisonment and torture. He won his right to remain. Nottingham.

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One Response to “I Love Migrants”

  1. catchy little title, Hehe

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