Anti racism and anti fascism

CABLE STREET: National and local speakers announced

Cable Street 75, the umbrella group organising the 75th anniversary commemorative march on Sunday 2 October has announced the main speakers for the day.

The list brings together some of the best known Labour Movement leaders such as TUC deputy Frances O'Grady, RMT general secretary Bob Crow  and Gail Cartmail assistant general secretary of UNITE.  

Alongside, will be local community and political activists including Labour councillor Kosru Uddin, Jewish Socialist's Group Dave Rosenberg, Searchlight campaigner Matthew Collins and Robert Griffiths general secretary of the communist party. Max Levitas, Cable Street veteran will open the proceedings which will be chaired by Bill Greenshields and Wapping strike and campaign veteran, Ann Field.

 

CABLE STREET COMMEMORATION: New brochure illustrates growth of support

Forty two organisations have now signed up to support the commemorative initiative of the Cable Street 75 Group. Ranging from local community groups to national trade unions and regional TUCs. The brochure is being distributed in the east end of London as the community step up pressure to have an EDL march, planned for early September, banned. 25,000 have so far signed a petition. You can now download to print off and circulate the new 6 page brochure. Read on to VIEW SUPPORTERS.

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TOWER HAMLETS: Community unites to ban EDL provocation

A community unites, proud of its achievements and unity, despite being one of the poorest in Britain. Read here the letter calling for a ban on the proposed EDL march through Tower Hamlets.

You can add your opposition to the 20 thousand who have so far petitioned for a ban. View the Hope Not Hate campaign tabloid being distributed to 50 thousand homes in the borough.

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