Stand Up To Racism / Unite Against Fascism / Love Music Hate Racism
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Keep Racism Out of the Election!
The debate over the referendum last year was tainted by appalling racism from establishment politicians on both sides of the vote. Stand Up to Racism is determined to do all we can to prevent this atmosphere being recreated during the general election.
w/b May 29th
Fri May 26th Art for Peace Sake, CB2, 7.30 Stop The War
event * Tues May 30th Education Question Time, NCI Club, Chesterton*
Wed May 31st Keep Our NHS Public monthly meeting, Riverside Centre,
Saturday June 3rd, Strawberry Fair. Help needed on stalls and stewarding
Please let us know if you want to to help with any of this:
Cambridge Love Music Hate Racism
days have seen a heartening rejection of the racism and bigotry of Donald
Trump and of our own Prime Minister's disgraceful appeasement of him
and his policies. If we keep up the pressure we can turn the heat on
Theresa May and keep the anti racist agenda in the limelight.
If we all work together we can make sure the voices of the anti racist majority are heard!
Join national Stand Up to Racism here http://www.standuptoracism.org.uk/donate/
to Holocaust denial, No to anti Semitism!
Want to get involved? come to our next organising meeting
Monday March 6th, 8pm, CB2 café, Norfolk Street all anti racists welcome.
hold regular stalls and leafleting sessions all help appreciated!
Cambridge Stand Up to Racism In the news
on our Stand Up to Trump demo
how the press reported our response to recent racist incidents here
These stories show that we can turn the tide on racism, all it takes is for united action.
hope you can join us and to see many of you at our public meeting on
Against Fascism Response to
Cambridge Unite Against Fascism is appalled to hear of the Blood and Honour Gig secretly held in Haddenham 2 weeks ago. Cambridgeshire is a diverse, welcoming county and this type of Hitler worshipping seig heiling neo Nazism is definitely not wanted here, particularly in the months after the horrific murder of MP Jo Cox. It is a testament to the effectiveness of the anti Fascist movement that such gigs have to be organised secretly, and we do question the role of the police in allowing this event to go ahead.
After the gig it became apparent that a few of the attendees were drinking in Ely, Unite Against Fascism and Stand Up to Racism activists immediately visited the pubs in the area to ensure that the Nazis had departed, and worked with local anti racists in distributing 'Refugees Are Welcome Here' postcards. These were well received by local people, shops and pubs.
It is worth remembering that this event was an international gathering due to the continued vigilance of Unite Against Fascism and other anti Fascists seeing off the EDL and BNP, Neo Nazism is not currently a big threat in Cambridgeshire or in Britain as a whole. We are keen for people to understand that currently the main racist threat in Britain comes not from tiny gangs of geriatric racist numbskulls but from the anti migrant and refugees narrative being pushed by many in the establishment. This is why Stand Up to Racism's public meeting on October 24th at Anglia Ruskin University is called 'After Brexit : Why We Say Migrants Are Welcome Here'.
In contrast to the skulking secrecy of the Nazis, all Love Music Hate Racism gigs are advertised widely and open to all anti racists. Our next event in Cambridge is on 19th November at the Portland Arms and is entitled 'Skanking for Refugees 2' featuring Inter-City Crazy Train, The Dirty Stop Outs and Beverley Kills (tbc). All monies raised will be going to refugees and Love Music Hate Racism.
Love Music Hate Racism gig:
HELP US WITH OUR REGULAR ACTIVITIES
We run stalls, leafleting sessions, gigs, regular organising meetings and more.
Please let us know if you can help at any of these, or if you'd like more info:
the referendum is over, we anti racists must unite. We know that most
people in Britain oppose racism. Over the last few years we have seen
some of the biggest demonstrations for decades against racism and in
favour of welcoming refugees and migrants. We must redouble our efforts
to make sure the climate created by the referendum is not used by the
racists and the far right. As Jo Cox said, we have far more in common
than we have dividing us. It's time to stand up to racism, to recognise
that generations of immigrants have enriched Britain, to address the
problems austerity has created and to oppose all forms of bigotry and
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