Join the demo on 24 June

DEMONSTRATE

against racism, for migrant rights, against fascist violence – on the day after the EU referendum

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The EU referendum has unleashed a torrent of racism. Migration has been attacked and scapegoated by both campaigns – with Leave stoking up bigotry against immigrants and Remain responding by capitulating and echoing that bigotry.

This tone of anti-immigrant politics has not been set by the far right. It comes from the mainstream parties and the mainstream media, who have spent 20 years insisting that immigrants are a “problem”. The UKIPs of this world just clean up in their wake.

Our ruling class has opened a Pandora’s box of racist rhetoric around migrants and allowed a space to open up in groups and individuals influenced by fascist ideology. Far-right political violence is becoming increasingly commonplace. The fascist riot earlier this year in Dover and the assassination of pro-migrant Labour MP, Jo Cox, are symptoms of this drift.

We need to take a stand against this – whatever the result of the referendum this Thursday. Migrant or non-migrant, we stand together as friends friends, lovers, work colleagues and members of our communities. Together we keep our collective wheels turning: we stand side-by-side and share our lives.

We will not allow a wave of xenophobia and racism to threaten our lives and wellbeing. Join us on the day after the referendum vote to show solidarity with all migrants and defiance in the face of racism – whether it comes from the far right or the “civilised” ruling class.

Assemble

6pm, Friday 24 June 2016
Altab Ali Park, Adler St/Whitechapel Rd, E1 (opposite Aldgate East tube)
March to News Corp HQ in the Shard

Posters

There are posters for the demo to download – both in colour and in black and white
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Co-called by

  • Movement for Justice
  • rs21
  • London Antifascists
  • Jewdas
  • Antiuniversity Now

Supported by

  • Brick Lane Debates
  • National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts (NCAFC)
  • Right to Remain
  • Radical Assembly
  • Clapton Ultras
  • Sex Workers Open University
  • English Collective of Prostitutes
  • Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants
  • Razem Londyn
  • London Anarchist Federation
  • Kent Anti-Racism Network
  • Colectivo Anticapitalista Londres
  • Plan C
  • Dywizjon 161
  • United Voices of the World
  • The Psychedelic Society
  • Freedom Bookshop/Freedom News
  • Marea Granate Londres