Ruth Gregory, one of the organisers of the 100,000-strong Rock Against Racism carnival of 1978, talks to rs21 about anti-racist organising from then to now.
In part two of an extended interview with rs21, David Rosenberg of the Jewish Socialist Group explores the far-right links of the modern Tory Party, and sets out how socialists can combat antisemitism
The 1978 Rock Against Racism carnival rallied 100,000 young people against the advancing far right. What were they fighting – and why was this particular fightback so very powerful?
David Rosenberg, of the Jewish Socialists' Group, delves into the facts and the historical background of current discussions of antisemitism in Labour
The Windrush scandal was the inevitable result of the "hostile environment"- we need to push back and support the rights of all migrants
The first Rock Against Racism carnival took place forty years ago, on April 30 1978.
Outrage over the treatment of the Windrush generation is welcome - but we must also reject the narrative of "good" and "bad" migrants
The mirage of a "mainstream Jewish community", often weaponised against the left, hides the fact that "community" itself is always a site of struggle and contestation
Mitch Mitchell writes on Refugee Lifeboat, a new organisation that aims to marry humanitarian aid for refugees with an uncompromising political stand against state racism
Anti-terror laws are being used against the #Stansted15, a group of activists who blocked a charter flight carrying deported migrants out of the country.