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United We Stand: Tackling Racism

12/04/2012
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As massive spending cuts threaten all communities, some seek to scapegoat ethnic minorities, refugees and migrants.

Their rights are now under attack. These rights form the basis of an open, diverse and multicultural society.

Discuss with leading campaigners what can be done to defend these rights, and oppose racism and bigotry.

Speakers:

  • Jeremy Corbyn MP,  Labour MP for Islington North
  • Mark Serwotka, PCS General Secretary
  • Zita Holbourne, PCS Exec & co-Chair BARAC
  • Michael Abatan, Justice for Jay, the brother of Jay Abatan, a PCS member killed by a racist attack in central Brighton in January 1999
  • Stafford Scott,  Broadwater Farm Defence Campaign
  • Nic Eadie, Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group (GDWG)
  • Chris Whitwell – Friends, Families & Travellers

7pm – 9.30pm, Tuesday 22 May 2012

Brighthelm Church & Community Centre

North Road, Brighton BN1 1YD

£10 waged; £5 concessions

Buy your tickets here

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