Linda first became involved with LGBT Human Rights through Stonewall when the fight against Section 28 took place.


Soon after that she became a founder member of Amnesty International’s LGBT networks.

In 2001 she became Chair of Amnesty International UK, a post she held for six years.

She is involved with her community in Bethnal Green where she campaigns to ensure a balance between the old and new both from the perspective of the residents and the built environment, and, importantly, the continuing health and vitality of Columbia Road Flower Market.

Current project – A Community Remembers

In the corner of St Peters’ Church, Bethnal Green, are boards, carrying the names of the 168 men of the locale who perished in that conflict. As a 21st century community we want to erect a permanent public memorial to these men, to do this we have established a just giving and Facebook pages as we would like this act of remembrance to come from the very heart of Bethnal Green in which they lived. They were ordinary men, leading ordinary lives, let’s not forget them.

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