National Demo: Refugees Welcome Here: Stand up to racism, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism & fascism!


UN Anti-racism Day demonstration
Sat 19 Mar 2016, London #M19

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Speakers:

Vanessa Redgrave Actor  Diane Abbott MP Claude Moraes MEP Jean Lambert MEP  Jeremy Hardy Comedian Michael Rosen Children’s novelist & poet Gary Younge Journalist Dave Ward CWU Gen Sec Christine Blower NUT Gen Sec Sally Hunt UCU Gen Sec Maurice Wren Chief Exec Refugee Council Harish Patel National Equalities Officer, Unite The Union Gloria Mills, Chair – TUC Race Relations Committee Talha Ahmad National Council, Muslim Council of Britain Zita Holbourne Co-Chair, Black Activists Rising Against Cuts  Marilyn Reed Sarah Reed Campaign for Justice/Blaksox Lee Jasper Movement Against Xenophobia Malia Bouattia NUS Black Students Officer Shakira Martin NUS VP Further Education  Shahrar Ali Deputy Leader, The Green Party Yusuf Hassan VP Federation of Student Islamic Societies Mohammed Kozbar Spokesperson, Muslim Association of Britain Maz Saleem Daughter of the Late Mohammed Saleem Stephanie Lightfoot Bennett Co-Chair, United Friends and Families Gerry Gable Editor, Searchlight Sam Fairbarn Secretary, People’s Assembly Against Austerity Lindsey German Convenor, Stop the War Coalition Sabby Dhalu and Weyman Bennett, Organisers – Stand Up To Racism

CROWDFUND: Donate to the costs of the demo and the ongoing campaign 

DOWNLOAD demo leaflet

DOWNLOAD ‘I’m standing up to racism’ sign – take a picture and tweet it @antiracismday

LONDON : Assemble 12 noon Portland Place London W1A 1AA

Followed by march and rally in Trafalgar Square

London Route Map:

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Join Facebook event here – invite your friends, share and tweet! 

SCOTLAND : 11am George Square, G13 Glasgow Click here for facebook event

WALES:  11.30am Clare Gardens, Cardiff, CF11 Click here for facebook event

ALL OUT FOR UN ANTI-RACISM DAY!
#RefugeesWelcome
#BlackLivesMatter
No to Islamophobia, Anti-Semitism & Scapegoating Migrants
Yes to diversity!

A racist offensive against refugees, migrants and Muslims is being pushed by some politicians and press. It is crucial we respond to this by standing in solidarity against attempts to divide our communities. The appalling treatment of refugees across Europe and the staggering rise in anti-Muslim hate crimes must be challenged.

Let’s send a message that drives back the tide of racism, fascism, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism and the scapegoating of migrants and refugees – we say refugees welcome here and yes to diversity!

Join the Europe-wide UN Anti-Racism Day Demonstration when tens of thousands march across Britain, with major mobilisations in London, Scotland and Wales joining thousands in cities across Europe and around the world to say no to racism.

Stand Up To Racism has led some of the biggest anti-racist mobilisations in Britain of the last decade, including the UN Anti-racism day demonstrations of 2014 and 2015 and the 100,000 strong Refugees Welcome demonstration on 12th September 2015.

 

Download latest leaflet here Take pictures of yourself, work colleagues, community group with our ‘Im standing up to racism’ sign and tweet your pics @antiracismday for a retweet: Download ‘I’m standing up to racism’ sign here

Join Facebook event here – invite your friends, share and tweet!

Image: Kelvin Williams

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