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Sir Ian McKellen signs ‘no hate’ pledge

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  1. Sir Ian you are great. I would like to add my signature to it too. A few years ago I used to give free second hand furniture to residents of Tower Hamlet. I collected the furniture from people who were changing their old furniture and buying new. It helped them get rid of their old furniture and helped the less fortunate people of Tower Hamlet have furniture. I did this for three years, two or three times a week. What I did was completely free. I really hope and pray that the lives of people, LGBT and straight in Tower Hamlet improves. It was once described as the poorest area in England and lies in the shadow of Docklands.
    Well done Sir Ian.

  2. Free screening of PRAY THE DEVIL BACK TO HELL (HRWIFF London 09)

    September 21 at 7pm at School of Visual Arts Theatre

    Panel discussion to follow screening with Director Gini Reticker, Producer Abigail Disney, Peace Activist Leymah Gbowee, and Zainab Salbi of Women for Women International

  3. Brian Burton 11 Aug 2009, 5:37pm

    Rich,
    You are one of the good guys, and I wish you could join Sir Ian. There is still a lot of poverty, drug addiction as well as homophobia in those areas of London.

  4. Pumpkin Pie 11 Aug 2009, 7:55pm

    The world needs more people like Rich & Ian. Nice one, guys! :)

  5. What a completely pointless and pathetic exercise. Let’s all sign a list condemning war, terrorism, torture, abuse, criminal activity and ‘Cash in the Attic’.

    That should put the world to rights in one fell swoop.

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