14 Jul 2016
The Convoy to Calais features on the cover of the July-August 2016 issue of Unity magazine, produced by UAF with the National Union of Teachers.
The new issue includes:
• Convoy …
14 Jul 2016
In the sixth part of our history of the US Civil Rights movement, Ken Olende looks at the movement’s peak year with the campaign in Birmingham, Alabama, and the March on Washington with Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech
14 Jun 2016
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Unite Against Fascism (UAF) and Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR) are organising a trip to the Nazi’s …
7 Jun 2016
This is a practical guide on what to do if you find groups of Nazis and other racists descending on your town. It is partly based on experience from those areas that have already dealt with such demonstrations—often mobilising at short notice.
5 Jun 2016
Diane Nash was head of SNCC at Tennessee University. She said, “It was clear to me that if we allowed the Freedom Ride to stop at that point, just after so much violence had been inflicted, the message would have been sent that all you have to do to stop a nonviolent campaign is inflict massive violence.” Nash got a group of students, including herself, to drop out of college and take up the ride from Birmingham. Bull Connor arrested them, but they sang defiantly in the prison cells.
20 May 2016
Some of the largest mass movements in Britain have joined together with major trade unions to show solidarity with refugees at Calais, in the Convoy …