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Articles, Audio, Pictures and Videos

A small collection of various articles, recordings, photos and videos made about the #TfLDieIn event that took place on 29th November 2013 at the Transport for London headquarters on Blackfriars Road.

Rory Jackson's photo of over a thousand people lying 'dead' in the middle of Blackfriars Road, London. Converted to black & white.

Over a thousand people “die in” Blackfriars Road in front of the Transport for London headquarters on 29 November 2013. Picture by Rory Jackson, converted to black & white.

#StopTheKilling #TfLDieIn

Over a thousand people “die in” Blackfriars Road in front of the Transport for London headquarters on 29 November 2013. Picture by Rory Jackson.

There is a lovely collection of photos from the ground over on Through Ben’s Lens.

Some freelance photographers have offered their photos at DemoTix.

An interview with co-organiser Donnachadh McCarthy is part of a short film made by Southeasy and posted on Vimeo; it includes scenes from the Die-In:

The people behind the upcoming Bicycle movie (you can help fund it help fund it) were filming at the event. Here is the footage they shot…


Audio recordings and transcripts…

The speech given by Tom Kearney of the Safer Oxford Street Campaign is HERE.

Our thanks to SE1 who made the audio of some of the speeches available:


Videos…

#TfLDieIn:- There is no war on the roads

#TfLDieIn:- Live in Hope

#TfLDieIn:- RoadPeace

#TfLDieIn:- Opera

#TfLDieIn:- Donnachadh’s closing speech

#TfLDieIn:- Meeting with TfL Managing Director

Cyclists’ “die in” protest outside TfL headquarters after six were killed in London in a fortnight


TV and newspapers…

“Thank you” to Karl Roche who compiled a handy list of articles HERE upon which many of these links were based.

BBC News
CBS News
Daily Mail
Daily Star
Huffington Post
Evening Standard
Express
The Guardian
The Huffington Post
ITV News
Daily Mirror
The Times
Treehugger
 Channel 4? Telegraph?
Talk London Andrew Gilligan, London’s Cycling Commissioner, wrote an article for the London Assembly’s website:

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