Monthly Archives: April 2015

Social Media trail day 2

The maps don’t show so well here in this wordpress blog format, either follow the links or go to Richard White’s portfolio here:   http://www.walknowtracks.co.uk/blog Day 2 Viewranger: http://my.viewranger.com/track/widget/1582249?locale=en&m=miles Day 2 Social Hiking http://www.shareyouradventure.com/map/perma/56386/iframe Check out the facebook group too. … Continue reading

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Social Media Trail Day 1

Here is the day 1 walk as seen from Richard White’s phone and tablet and from his Flicks account, so this pics are not always taken by him Via Viewranger:  http://my.viewranger.com/track/widget/1582249?locale=en&m=miles and via Social Hiking this hooks up with a … Continue reading

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Opening comments from the Mayor of Frome

Peter Macfadyen has kindly agreed to allow us to share the notes for the comments he made at the start of the walk in Frome on April 14: Forced Walks Peter Macfadyen…Mayor Welcome to Frome and C&G. I’m going to … Continue reading

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Honouring Esther

Originally posted on BATH NEWSEUM:
Richard White and Lorna Brunstein who are leading the walk from Frome to Bath. A group of people will be setting off from Frome tomorrow to walk to Bath to help mark the 70th anniversary of…

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A walk in Canada

We invited others to take up the model and walk-in-witness with us. Here an email from Canada, reproduced with permission, from Esther’s nephew Phillip. Esther and her brother Perec were the only two members of their family to survive the … Continue reading

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Alice Seeley Harris and her incorruptible Kodak

Interview with her great granddaughter, Rebecca, at the Brutal Exposure exhibition in the International Slavery Museum, Liverpool Rebecca Seeley Harris from National Museums Liverpool on Vimeo. This haunting exhibition presents what was probably the first photographic campaign in support of … Continue reading

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