MAY DAY 2000 LEAFLET
Haringey Solidarity Group, founded 1991, 150 members
Mayday 2000 is a festival of ordinary people resisting capitalism. It is our hope to overthrow the capitalist system in the new century and replace it with a society that puts human needs before profits.
Hendon Football Club, founded 1908, 120 members
Although the shirt obviously represents the Hendon Football Club, it also represents the community of Hendon. The club crest (Lamb and Flag) is also that of the local parish, many of its schools and that of the former London Borough of Hendon (now the London Borough of Barnet).
Heraldry Society, founded 1947, 800+ members
Hillingdon Women's Centre, founded 1983, 40 members
Tampons are a product for women only. They are discreet, essential and give women confidence and freedom. Hillingdon Women's Centre strives to do exactly the same things - only in different ways. Through education and support, it provides women with the tools to free themselves from impediment in whatever form.
Indo-Chinese Community Centre, Weekend School, founded 1982, 650+ members
The poster was made to celebrate the Millennium Chinese festival. The school is a venue for all children to meet friends and to study Chinese languages. The meaning of Dragon 2000 is to encourage people to actively work hard, in order to enhance our status and gain significant achievements.
Incorporated Phonographic Society (IPS), founded 1898, 200 members
Accurate mastery of the theory is the first step to competent shorthand writing. This shorthand dictionary is a tribute to the hard work of the millions of shorthand writers who have been, and still are, employed in London.
Islington Voluntary Action Community Group, founded 1971, 350 members
IVAC was established to develop, support, promote and defend voluntary
organisations in the London Borough of Islington. Our current newsletter
covers issues affecting these organisations: funding, relationships with
the council, news about the sector's activities and facts and figures
Kalayaan, founded 1987, service provider
Kalayaan campaigns for the rights of overseas domestic workers. In the UK, over 3000 workers who were forced to escape from their employers from 1980-98 came to Kalayaan for support. We organised the domestic workers, mainly from Sri Lanka, India, Philippines and Nigeria, and led a campaign for regularising the status of the workers who were forced to become illegal immigrants.
The Kensington Society, founded 1953, 700 members
The Kensington Society was established to preserve and maintain the amenities of Kensington and to protect the character of its buildings. Our newsletter keeps the society in touch with its members and informs them of our concerns and triumphs.
Kenric, founded 1965, 1600 members
Kenric, meaning Kensington and Richmond, was set up to remedy the isolation frequently felt by lesbian women. The Kenric rings were struck in 1969 to provide a silent recognition between members: secrecy became style, fashion concealed discretion. This ring is a symbol of Kenric's past and future work.
Last modified: Monday, 25 April, 2005