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It's 1891 and riots surge through the streets of the North. The workers have walked out of Manningham Mills over pay disputes and things get heated as their strike committee is broken up. The protests herald the beginning of the socialist labour movement. It's 2001 and riots surge through the streets of the North... This is a parallel story of a struggle for equality - the unwritten history of a whole community coming together to oppose violence and world war. "Where were you when Ghandi died? Luther King, Princess Di, Kennedy and Lennon too - What did they all mean to you?"
Archive :: production:T504396438, play:S01919758583, venue:V1025
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