Oppose state racism and the far right

We need to fight racism from the state and on the street, as well as the ruling class tactics and policies that stoke it. The demonstrations against Trump’s visit and against the far right mobilisation in support of the jailed ex-EDL leader are both crucial.

You can download the rs21 leaflet that will be handed out at the Together Against Trump demonstration here.

Counter-protest against DFLA “March for Freedom” on 6 May 2018. Photo: Steve Eason

The Together Against Trump demonstration will be assembling at Portland Place in London at 2pm on Friday 13 July, and will then march to Trafalgar Square, where a rally will be held from 5pm.

There will also be other events happening as part of the Carnival of Resistance around the country from 12-14 July. See this map for details.

On Saturday 14 July, there will be two counter-demonstrations to oppose the march in support of jailed ex-EDL leader Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (alias Tommy Robinson).

  • The Anti-Fascist Network will be gathering at 1pm at the International Brigade Memorial on the South Bank to disrupt the far right. Details here.
  • Stand Up to Racism and Unite Against Fascism, along with major trade unions and faith groups, will be assembling at 1pm at Old Palace Yard, ready to march from 2pm. Details here.

The far right cannot be allowed to march through London unopposed.

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