If you’re out and about on the gay scene and you experience racism, Galop can help support you and, if you want, help you to report your experiences to the police. We know that racism can take many different forms; sometime this might be really obvious, for example racial or physical abuse by someone. On other occasions it might seem more subtle, for example, being refused entry to a club which claims to be ‘members only’, when you know that it isn’t. Either way, way know that racism can exisit on the scene, and we’re here to help you.
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Galop is London's LGBT anti-violence and abuse charity.
- Free film screening of Clapham Junction and panel discussion tomorrow at @BirkbeckNews for #HateCrimeAwarenessWeek @ShaanHQ @bbkinstitutes
- .@gaystheword thanks for publicising our film night- some of your customers came to say hi! Spotted your shop in @PrideMovieUK -congrats :)
- We're running an LGBT anti-prejudice stall at High Street Kensington Town Hall for hate crime awareness week until 12. Swing by and say hi