Silent protest held over race row with West End nightclub

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Silent protest held over race row with West End nightclub

A group of young Londoners embroiled in a race row with a West End night club have staged a silent protest.

The incident in which four young black women were turned away at a club door for allegedly being "too dark" and "too fat" has galvanised a strong social media following supported by the hashtag #DoILookDstrkt

We spoke to the protest organisers to find out more.

DSTRKT night club were contacted for a statement but have not responded. 

Westminster council said: "If members of the public have concerns about premises acting irresponsibly or in a discriminatory manner then we would encourage them to contact us."

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