hunger march


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hunger march

n
(Sociology) a procession of protest or demonstration by the unemployed
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Noun1.hunger march - a march of protest or demonstration by the unemployedhunger march - a march of protest or demonstration by the unemployed
march - a procession of people walking together; "the march went up Fifth Avenue"
hunger marcher - an unemployed person who participates in a hunger march
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hunger march

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Johnny's involvement in the historic anti-fascist protest of 1936 is recounted in Cable Street, Ta-Ra To Tooting is inspired by a photo of Johnny and five pals as they head out to the war in Spain, while Hostel Strike recounts an episode following a 1934 Hunger March to London, where Johnny hoped to find work.
He led the National Hunger March on London as part of the Liverpool contingent in 1922.
Ironically the now largely forgotten National Hunger March taking place at the same time as the Crusade secured the postponement of new scales of unemployment relief and access to both the Ministers of Health and Labour.
Submitted by Endaf Emlyn | Hunger March to Caernarfon on February 1, 1958.
In hoyoot, selections from this work appear under the title "Paddy Scullion's Jarrow March," named after the Jarrow town councilor and co-organizer of the hunger march.
His father was on the Hunger March of 1926, and blacklisted for his union activities during the Depression.
In December 1932, Commonweal magazine sent Day, a struggling journalist, to cover the Hunger March in Washington, D.
70,000 people joined the National Hunger March to London ?
October 19, 1936: 200 Liverpudlians join Jarrow Hunger March to London.
EXTREME MEASURES 1927: a hunger march was organised from the Rhondda to London to protest against the Ministry of Health refusing or limiting relief notes to unemployed miners and their families.