Jess Hurd

Photographer
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On now – A Visual Retrospective -20 Years of Stop the War

20 Years of Stop the War – A Visual Retrospective
Really excited to be part of this exhibition celebrating 20 years of Stop the War with Banksy, Vivienne Westwood, David Gentleman, KennardPhillips & others.
8-19th September 10am-4pm every day until 19th Sept (except Mon 13th)

@ Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts, 181 Bow Rd, London, E3 2SJ

All images © Jess Hurd To license please contact: jess@jesshurd.com
Captions:
Stop the War demonstration against attack on Iraq, Embankment, London. 15/02/2003
School kids take strike action against War with Iraq and march to Westminster. Bow, Tower Hamlets, East London. 20/03/2003
Parliament Square installation by anti war artist David Gentleman. Each drop of blood is meant to represent the estimated 100,000 lives lost in Iraq since the occupation began. Stop the War Coalition demonstration, Westminster. 18/03/2006
End The Blockade: Stop Arms Sales To Israel: Bring The War Criminals To Justice: Free Palestine. Hyde Park, London. 01/10/2009

Apsana Begum & Diane Abbott MP launch Poplar & Limehouse campaign

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Apsana Begum General Election Labour Party campaign launch with Diane Abbott MP and Matt Wrack, FBU in Chrisp Street Market for Poplar and Limehouse constituency, East London.

© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

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Out, Proud and fighting for his life

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Nazir Uddin, a 22 asylum seeker is asking for the government to protect his life. Muslim Asian, Bangladeshi proud gay man, disowned by his family and under threat of deportation back to Bangladesh where he is under threat from an Islamic extremist group.

I was approached by Nazir and asked to take his photo and he told me his story, he wrote his own caption details. It is an honour to help him tell his story. This is his first UK Black Pride in Haggerston Park, East London.

Images are available to licence via www.reportdigital.co.uk

 

Birmingham Gay Pride

Emotional scenes as Andrew Moffat, assistant head teacher at Parkfield Community School & pioneer of the controversial No Outsiders programme leads the Birmingham Gay Pride Parade with LGBT+ Muslim campaigners.

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East London Mosque New Zealand Vigil

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London Bridge Vigil

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Winter Party Dress

Father and daughter, wearing a party dress,  walk through a green space on a sunny winters day. Tower Hamlets, East London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Father and daughter, wearing a party dress, walk through a green space on a sunny winters day. Tower Hamlets, East London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Birmingham Homeless Epidemic

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Birmingham is suffering a “homeless epidemic”. Charity organisations are trying to bridge the gap. As-suffa Institute, an Islamic voluntary community organisation, part of the Birmingham Food Drive, provides a hot meal (biryani) and a friendly environment for homeless and vunerable people.

Birmingham City Centre.

Featured image: Homeless transvestite with a jammy dodger biscuit provided by the Homeless Outreach project run by the As-Suffa Institute. Valentines Day.

© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

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EDL Assault Police with Severed Pigs Heads

EDL members throw pigs heads at police lines. English Defence League march against a proposed Muslim community Centre which would redevelop a disused pub in Moortown, Leeds.

See slideshow here

© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

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Martyrs Day – Tahrir Square

Protesters gather in Tahrir Square for Martyrs Day to pay respect for those who were killed by the police in the protests against the military junta. Women were out in large numbers after sexual assaults on women journalists were reported. Cairo, Egypt.

See images from Martyrs Day images here

See other images from the uprising here

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Referendum Vote

Egyptian student votes NO in the referendum on the constitution. Cairo, Egypt
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk


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