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It was also at university that Pia became involved in political activism, supporting the Third World First and the anti-apartheid movements. Pia began taking an active part in protests. She joined the International Marxist Group (IMG) when living in Glasgow training to become a teacher. She also joined Glasgow Women’s Group. Her activism continued when she moved to Wolverhampton in 1976, where she started a Wolverhampton Anti-Racist Committee.

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