Person    | Male  Born 25/1/1952 

Peter Tatchell

Campaigner for human rights, gay freedom and social justice. Co-founder of Outrage!. Born Australia and began his campaigning there. To avoid conscription he moved to London in 1971 and here began campaigning for gay rights. He is also on the left wing of the Green party. Lived in Southwark for most of his life.

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