Stand Up To Racism East London summit – Organising against racism and the new far right

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East London SUTR
Sunday 23rd June
1-5pm
Bow School E3

Stand Up To Racism East London summit – Organising against racism and the new far right

Details on Eventbrite:
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Stand Up To Racism are bringing together East London boroughs to discuss how to organise against racism and the new far right.

Workshops include:
Kick racism out of football
Campaigning against the “hostile environment” in the NHS and schools, towards the Windrush generation, refugees and migrants
Challenging Islamophobia and racism in work and the community.
Plus introductory and final plenary sessions as well as live music.

Chair and Welcome address: Asma Begum, Deputy Mayor, Tower Hamlets

Speakers:
Hassan Mohamdallie, playwright, author and deputy editor of Critical Muslim
Daniel Kebede, Equalities Officer, NEU
Rokhsana Fiaz, Newham Mayor, will also speak.

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SUTR leaflet for "Organising against racism & the far right" event at Bow School on 23rd June 2019 at 1pm. Title words in black on grey. Details of event in white on grey.

LESE LGBT+ Network: LGBT+ History Month Wednesday 27 Feb 2019

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LESE LGBT+ Network: LGBT+ History Month Wednesday 27 Feb 2019

TUC London, East and South East LGBT+ Network: LGBT+ History Celebrations

Wed 27 Feb 2019 – 18:00 to 20:30

TUC Congress House
23-28 Great Russell Street
London
WC1B 3LS

Contact
lese@tuc.org.uk
Cost
FREE ADMISSION (Registration Essential)

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