March Against Racism in Cardiff
Date: Sunday 20th March 2022 (Sunday), Midday
Assemble: 12 midday at City Hall, Cardiff
March to the Senedd for rally at 2.30pm
IT’S TIME FOR the anti-racist majority to make ourselves heard.
The government has responded to the historic Black Lives Matter movement’s demands to end institutional racism and the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 by denying its existence.
Attempts to scapegoat refugees and migrants are escalating, leading to deaths in the Mediterranean and the Channel as governments attempt to reinforce the borders of ‘Fortress Europe’.
We are seeing the rise of racism, Islamophobia and antisemitism internationally – legitimised by governments increasingly using the politics of divide and rule.
To defeat this, we need mass resistance to the racist offensive taking inspiration from the global BLM protests, communities mobilising to stop their neighbours being deported and the overwhelming support for footballers and cricketers who have faced institutional racism and abuse.
On Sunday 20th March we will marching in Cardiff as part of a weekend of international protests to mark UN Anti-Racism Day.
We say : Refugees and migrants welcome – Black Lives Matter – No to racism, Islamophobia, antisemitism and fascism.
Transport will be going to the demonstration from around Wales.
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