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Shut DSTRKT Down

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London’s number one, multi-million pound West End nightclub - DSTRKT London, has denied entry to four young women on the basis of their skin tone and weight. The event that took place on the 26th September has sparked an outrage.

The club has denied the allegations despite the evidence provided and is a sharp reminder that many clubs have been getting away with this type of unjust behaviour for years. It has prompted other women and men of colour to come forward with their own stories of discriminatory treatment at the hands of racist door staff.


The club has denied the allegations despite the evidence provided and is a sharp reminder that many clubs have been getting away with this type of unjust behaviour for years. It has prompted other women and men of colour to come forward with their own stories of discriminatory treatment at the hands of racist door staff.

Celebrities such as US singer Omarion, UK rappers Tinchy Stryder, Stormzy and Scorcher, NFL footballer Osi Umenyiora, Eastenders star Tameka Empson and BBC 1Xtra’s Sarah-Jane Crawford, have all spoken out against the club on their social media platforms.

This petition is to ask the Westminster City Council to highlight and put a STOP to the following issues:

  • That DSTRKT London Night Club has a racist, sexist and discriminatory door policy
  • That DSTRKT London night club has denied all allegations despite the overwhelming evidence against them
  • That this type of sadistic behaviour has been going on for many years across London without any legal bodies addressing it or doing anything about it.
  • To give justice to those who have ever been discriminated against, because of the colour of their skin, weight or sexuality.
  • To teach the Westminster City Council that these types of attitudes (that many people still hold) are unacceptable and most importantly against the law.
  • Anyone found breaking this law must be held accountable.

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

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