The Trump Must Go protest at the US embassy is this Weds 4th November at 6pm
33 Nine Elms Lane, Nine Elms, London SW11 7US
We will be offering solidarity to the US #BlackLivesMatter movement if Trump refuses to go and – hopefully – celebrating if he’s lost!
P lease share the event and invite Facebook friends ??here https://fb.me/e/1EHM6nqPL please retweet @AntiRacismDay tweets promoting the demo.
This event will be strictly socially distanced and PPE will be provided for everyone taking part.
BLM brings out to vote – big time!
The BLM movement has radicalised and inspired many black and white people in the US and the fervour and commitment to racial equality has found its way to the ballot.
Young people in particular are turning out in huge numbers, as our women to protect their rights and older people to protect their health from the criminal currently in the White House, and of course black people (apart from one or two rich rapper Uncle Toms) who are beating back the Republican voter suppression tactics of old.
????? We’re excited to have Roger Huddle joining our panel at 7pm this evening to discuss Rock Against Racism and Music and the Fight Against Racism with music from special guests. All welcome. Zoom details: 854 2960 2728 Passcode: 869873 ????? https://www.facebook.com/events/430142544667978/ Hosted by Oxford Love Music Hate Racism & Oxford Stand Up To Racism
This meeting coincides with the new film that tells the story of when Britain’s youth stood up against the far right… a film inspires us today – White Riot.
?ONLINE MEETING With Diane Abbott MP, Rev Al Sharpton, Congresswoman Terri Sewell + More TBC
5PM Thurs 30 July
?Join on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/standuptoracismchannel/live ?or on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/StandUTR/live
The brutal murder of George Floyd by US police has sparked a global wave of demonstrations calling for justice both for George Floyd and the millions affected by racism.
This online meeting will hear from anti-racist and civil rights figures from both sides of the Atlantic, including Rev Al Sharpton, who has played a leading role in the Floyd family’s fight for justice, on what we can do to build pressure.
As well as challenging racist policing, the meeting will also discuss how this movement can win gains on institutional racism in work, housing, education, and the massively disproportionate affect COVID-19 is having on Black communities.
Organised by Stand Up To Racism. Supported by BLMM
Tribe Named Athari (formerly LDNBLM) invite you to link up.
Windrush Square, Brixton, London
Friday, 24th July 5pm
A rally happening in the heart of Brixton. Less of a demonstration and more of a conversation.
A platform for discussion and expression!
We want to bring further understanding to who we are and what we stand for.
Tribe Named Athari (TNA) was formerly LDNBLM and were keyfacilitators in some of the major London protests.
‘Athari’ is Swahili (we think) for impact.
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