UNITE: May Day Music Against Fascism
UNITE AGAINST FASCISM PRESENTS:
Award winning r'n'b star ESTELLE will share the stage at Trafalgar Square with Babyshambles rocker PETE DOHERTY to drive home a "Use Your Vote AGAINST the BNP" message on the eve of the general election. A host of top music stars, including special surprise appearances, will be in Trafalgar Square to greet London's May Day marchers on Sunday 1st May. They will perform in between speeches from campaigners.
KEN LIVINGSTONE // TONY BENN // FRANCES O'GRADY // MCB SPEAKERS and many more
Lady Sovereign // Roll Deep // Ras Kwame // Skitz & Rodney P with MC D // Skeme & Big P // Wiley // Bruza, Crazy Titch with DJ Cameo // The Unpeople // Bigga Fish
Sunday 1 May
May Day against the fascist BNP
May Day march and rally with speakers, comedians and music.
Sunday 1 May
Trafalgar Square, Central London
(tube: Charing Cross/Embankment).
Organised by UAF with LMDOC, supported by T&GWU Region 1, UNISON London Region, GMB London Region.
For more information:
020 7833 4916
Use your vote - stop the fascist BNP
The BNP is a fascist organisation that stands in the tradition of Hitler's Nazis.
In the Holocaust six million Jews were murdered in Hitler's concentration camps. BNP leader Nick Griffin was convicted for inciting racial hatred after the magazine he published denied this. Mark Collett, the BNP's former youth leader, was caught on TV praising Hitler.
The BNP is a real and growing danger. In last year's elections it got the highest vote for a fascist party in British history.
The BNP is racist and have declared their belief in an all white Britain. This would mean no black players in our national sports teams, no black musicians, no black nurses, no Asian faces in public life.
The BNP builds support by whipping up hatred against every minority - just as Hitler targetted Jewish people.
But, like the Nazis, if the BNP ever came to power they would strip every person in this country of their democratic rights and freedoms.
Join unite against fascism - details at www.uaf.org.uk