And here is DOMA Board member Chloe Hudson advertising our Tee shirt, designed for us by Yinka Shonibare OBE, RA, and marketed for us (with profits to DOMA) by our friends at Welcome Skate Store in Thorntons Arcade, Leeds LS1 6LQ. welcomeleeds.com
These pens write beautifully and make a great gift. Only £3 each, including P&P. Email us with your order: email@example.com
Sai Murray designed this map for DOMA. It explains David’s history, showing many of the places in Leeds where he worked, enjoyed himself, was incarcerated, slept rough, and died. It folds down from A3 to A5. It’s only £3, including P&P. Email us for your copy: firstname.lastname@example.org
RememberOluwale uses Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to provide information published today that relates to the issues that marked David’s life: mental ill-health, homelessness, racism, destitution and police malpractice. David was a British citizen who migrated here, so we also provide information relating to those seeking refuge in the UK. We give credit to the city of Leeds for the progress it has made since David’s days. But there is so much more to be done. Our aim, always, is to help the city of Leeds become more inclusive, more just, more hospitable and more equal. Please go to our social media to find out about current campaigns.