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29 November



Citizen UK: Ealing Rises Up

Hear the stories of those who stood up and resisted racism

Citizen UK: Ealing Rises Up is an exhibition by The National Portrait Gallery in partnership with Ealing Local History Centre Archives, artists Asia Ahmed and Narvir Singh, and local volunteer Citizen Researchers.

This exhibition investigates stories of people who stood up and resisted racism and recognises some of the lesser known figures involved. Using archive material, spoken word and film, we'll tell the stories of Ealing activists and the movements they were part of.

Visit our outdoor exhibition to see portraits, photographs and research, access interviews from Gunnersbury Park Museum’s Archive and watch the newly commissioned films.


Amy Barbour-James. Unknown photographer; cream-toned bromide print, mid 1930s NPG x133300 © National Portrait Gallery, London.
Event details


29 November 2021
31 March 2022


7am - dusk


Free entry


Round Pond


No booking required

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