Here’s some footage of the Battle of Cable Street on 4 October 1936, when huge crowds of antifascists stopped Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists blackshirts from marching through the East End of London.
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On 29 December 1965, a group of musicians, critics and activists gathered at St Paul the Apostle School in New York to debate the relationship between jazz and revolutionary black nationalism.
We have had an ugly month of May, drenched by a double wave of racism.
Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch racist populist Party for Freedom (PVV), is seeking an alliance with France’s Front National (FN). He wants to ensure “an enormous advance” for the far right at next year’s European elections.