The government chooses to attack the health and the living standards of the many, it uses racism to divide, distract and scapegoat for its failures. Racism makes life so much harder for Bame women. Let us pledge to march against racism marking UN Anti-Racism Day in London and Glasgow on Saturday March 19 and in Cardiff on Sunday March 20.
UN Anti-Racism Day
Saturday 19 March
Organised by Stand Up To Racism
Backed by the TUC
Fighting Racism, Islamophobia, Antisemitism & Fascism
Online rally – organised by Stand Up To Racism & The TUC
UN Anti-Racism Day 20 March
In Britain, Stand Up To Racism will be organising a range of events, including socially distanced protests where possible and an international online rally.
Boris Johnson’s Tory government has launched a new offensive to whip up racism in advance of the attacks on living standards that will accompany the Brexit it is pursuing.
Build the marches against racism on 21 March, that take place to mark UN Anti Racism Day.
London demonstration: Assemble 12noon
Park Lane, near Dorchester Hotel W1K 1QA