Rainbow Boroughs Project
Enhancing Networking, Communication and Collaboration with, and across the London LGBT+ community.
A newly refreshed Rainbow Boroughs Project WordPress site has replaced our old London LGBT Blog.
The original blog was launched by Mark Healey in February 2016, with the ambition of creating a space to share information with, and across the London LGBT+ community.
Initally focusing on the boroughs of Lambeth, Tower Hamlets and Westminster where we (the anti-hate charity 17-24-30 NationalHCAW) deliver the April Acts of Remembrance to mark the anniversaries of the April 1999 London Nail Bomb attacks on Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho each year.
If you want to report hate crime – check out the Report Hate Crime Page on our national website where we list hate crime advice and support organisations.
The Rainbow Boroughs Project aims to provide public and private spaces for key members of the LGBT+ community to network, communicate and collaborate together.
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