‘I am an immigrant’ posters celebrate migrants in run up to General Election

16 faces of immigrants and their contributions to British society have been placed in 950 tube and rail stations across the country.

The crowdfunded ‘I am an immigrant’ poster campaign was launched by Movement against Xenophobia, part of the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants. The campaign raised over £54,000 in around three weeks to put up the posters across the UK. 

Migrants themselves can visit the website and put their face on the campaign by visiting the ‘I am an Immigrant’ website or using the hashtag #IAmAnImmigrant

Have you spotted some of the posters on the tube? Let us know! 

Here are some of the posters:

I am an immigrant campaign poster

I am an immigrant campaign poster

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