Looking back Now Derelict

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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
  • William Goldsmith - Now Derelict Illustration: CC BY-NC-ND
    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict
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    William Goldsmith - Now Derelict

 

This story reflects on an old community pool from Govanhill, Glasgow’s most multi-cultural neghbourhood.

The pool is now derelict and awaiting renovation – the comic depicts a donation event at the pool, collecting clothes for refugees, and the xenophobia of one taxi driver.