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Remember Rohit Duggal

Poster
1992 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

In July 1992, Rohit Duggal was stabbed to death by a white youth outside a kebab shop in Eltham, South London. The racially motivated murder of Duggal was taken up by anti-racist campaigners, protesting against the presence of the far-right British National Party in the area.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Non-laminated poster
Brief Description
Community print shop memorial poster by the Greenwich Mural Workshop entitled 'Remember Rohit Duggal'. Great Britain, ca. 1992.
Physical Description
Community print shop poster in remembrance of Rohit Duggal, a 15 year old boy murdered in London in 1992 in a suspected racist attack. The title is lettered at the top, with a large quarter-length photographic portrait of Duggal below, his date of birth and date of death printed above each shoulder, with information about the campaign to stop racist murders across the bottom.
Dimensions
  • Height: 64cm
  • Width: 44cm
Dimensions measured 28/01/2013
Marks and Inscriptions
  • Remember Rohit Duggal (Lettered in capital letters in red across the top)
  • Born 21/5/76 Murdered 10/7/92 (Lettered in capitals in black)
  • No More Racist Murders Rohit Duggal Family Campaign, c/o Gacara, 115-123, Powis St, London SE18 (Lettered in white across the bottom)
Credit line
Given by Greenwich Mural Workshop
Subjects depicted
Summary
In July 1992, Rohit Duggal was stabbed to death by a white youth outside a kebab shop in Eltham, South London. The racially motivated murder of Duggal was taken up by anti-racist campaigners, protesting against the presence of the far-right British National Party in the area.
Collection
Accession Number
E.122-2011

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record createdJanuary 25, 2013
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