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The Lynching is a one-woman show written and performed by Black Jewish anti-racist activist Jackie Walker.
Suspended from the Labour Party and vilified with fake accusations of antisemitism, Jackie Walker tells the story of her extraordinary activist parents and her own struggles fighting different forms of racism in the US and the UK. This is an opportunity to hear first hand from someone who has been hounded relentlessly in the media.
Performance followed by a conversation, chaired by Victoria Britain, between Jackie Walker, film-maker Ken Loach, and Professor Jonathan Rosenhead (Free Speech on Israel, Chair of Hoxton West Labour Party branch)