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.
Fighting for anti racist workplaces – Trade Union Conference
Sat 5 Feb
Hosted by the TUC and Stand Up To Racism
UN Anti-Racism Day
Saturday 19 March
Organised by Stand Up To Racism
Backed by the TUC
Holocaust Memorial Day – online event
6.30pm Monday 24th January
Organised by: Stand Up To Racism
Instead of blowing the dog whistle, whipping up racism and giving millions to the French government to stop refugees crossing the Channel, the government should have enacted safe passage to Britain, such as humanitarian visas.
Emergency protest: Don’t Let Them Drown – Refugees welcome
Saturday 27 November – 2pm
Downing Street, London SW1A 2AA