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No place for racism in our society - Ennis

17 February, 2017 - by Sinéad Ennis


Sinn Féin's Sinéad Ennis has said there can be no place for racism or any form of discrimination in our society. 

The South Down Sinn Féin candidate said:

"Sinn Féin wants to build an inclusive, welcoming society where everyone is welcomed and valued. 

"There can be no place for racism, sexism, homophobia or any form of discrimination in our society. 

"People should be free to live their lives free from intimidation or fear, regardless of their colour, religion, background, sexuality, identity. 

"After the EU referendum there has been a lot of uncertainty around EU Migrant Workers status. Sinn Féin believes that EU Migrant Workers who have come to this island to make their home and start their new lives, should be allowed to remain."

"Sinn Féin is committed to equality and respect for everyone."

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