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The Grunwick strike was the first dispute where a majority of strikers who were from ethnic minorities received widespread support from the labour movement. This pamphlet and DVD should be seen by those who did not live through the event. The strike also gives a different twist to the current debate about multiculturalism - there was no doubt in those days that the strikers at Grunwick belonged in the trades union movement, regardless of their ethnic background or culture. Workers from all different cultures were united at Grunwicks.