Welcome to the website of
Unite Against Fascism
Love Music Hate Racism
Stand Up to Racism

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We are entirely funded by donations from individuals and organisations such as Trade Unions, as well as by money raised at gigs. Can you help us by making a donation?

Statement about attempted surveillance of our activities here

"Only one thing could have broken our movement – if our adversaries had understood its principle, and from the first day had smashed, with the most extreme brutality, the nucleus of our new movement" Adolf Hitler

Black, White, Asian and Jew - We Are Cambridge!
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No To Islamophobia
No to anti Semitism
No to Trump and Tommy

Never Again
A Holocaust Memorial Event
February 14th

International Demo
March 21st 2020

Details here

Badges, mugs, fridge magnets
& T Shirts available here

Yes to Diversity!
No To Islamophobia!
No to Anti-Semitism!
No to Racism and Fascism!

Migration is not a crime...
Solidarity with refugees!

No to anti Traveller Racism
See our statement here

Stalls, gigs, public meetings...
Details here

Help build opposition to the racists
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Mail for more details


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Wales here

Welcome to the joint website of Cambridge Stand Up to Racism, Unite Against Fascism and Love Music Hate Racism. We are a mixed bunch of people united in our aim of countering the poisonous Nazi politics of parties like the BNP and racist thugs such as the EDL. We use words, music, art, leaflets, persuasion, demonstrations and more in our efforts to spread the word that whatever problems we may experience here in Cambridge, the BNP, the EDL, the DFLA, the Brexit Party and their like are NOT the answer.

If you want to get involved, we'd love to hear from you, contact us here!

"First they came for the Jews and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for the Communists and I did not speak out because I was not a Communist.

Then they came for the trade unionists and I did not speak out because I was not a trade unionist.

Then they came for me and there was no one left to speak out for me."

Pastor Martin Niemöller