Ten-year-old joins protesters in march against racism

12 January 2016 - 09:03 By NIVASHNI NAIR

Ten-year-old Gillian Webber stood on tiptoe to hold up her home-made "I hate racism" placard as high as she could at a protest in Scottburgh yesterday. She had begged her mother to take her to the KwaZulu-Natal seaside town's main street to join the march, organised by the ANC Youth League.The march was organised to condemn the racist social media rant made by one of its residents, Penny Sparrow.

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