Keir Hardie emerged from poverty to become a pioneering socialist and Labour Party founder, fighting for workers and social justice. Contrasted with Hardie's genuine activism, Keir Starmer, has no principles and has ambition only for himself.
As people march through cities all over the world shouting, “In our thousands, in our millions, we are all Palestinians”, there is a strong feeling of universality. A real sense of internationalism has developed.
This documentary delves into the overlooked history of Kath Duncan, a resilient activist. It highlights her fight for justice and societal equality, shedding light on the struggle for recognition and the enduring need for social change. The film, crafted by Ray Barron-Woolford, presents a compelling narrative that has garnered acclaim in various film festivals worldwide.