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The racist and fascist English Defence League is coming to Aylesbury on 10th October. They want to stir up race hatred against Muslims, migrants and refugees. They believe Aylesbury is a soft touch for their racist views - we need to prove them wrong.

The EDL is a racist group dedicated to attacking Asian people and Muslims. Islamophobia – bigotry against Muslims – is as unacceptable as any other form of racism. Today they threaten Muslims, tomorrow it could be Jewish people, Hindus, Sikhs, black people, LGBT people, Travellers or East Europeans.

The EDL has also attacked trade unionists, bookshops, and people protesting against austerity. Their fascism can become a threat to us all if left unchecked.

Last time the EDL came to Aylesbury the town centre closed down in an atmosphere of fear and intimidation. In the last 5 years the EDL has been challenged in every town and city it has raised it’s head by local people and supporters uniting against their fascism. As a result the EDL has shrunk , and they can barely muster a few hundred on a good day.

But we can’t be complacent that the EDL will simply go away. They need to be countered wherever they raise their heads to stop them growing again.

NO to the racist scapegoating of Mulsims, migrants and refugees
NO to Islamophobia
DON'T let the racists divide us

Unite Against Fascism calls on all opposed to racism and fascism to join us in protesting against the EDL to tell them they are not welcome in Aylesbury. 

  • NO to the intimidation of Aylesbury's Muslim community
  • NO to Islamophobia
  • NO to racist scapegoating of migrants and refugees

Assemble  11.30 outside HSBC bank, Market Square Aylesbury.

Don't let the EDL march unchallenged this Saturday.

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UAF/LMHR: Auschwitz Educational Trip 13-17 November

UAF and Love Music Hate Racism are organising a trip to the Nazi concentration camp of Auschwitz in Poland between the 13th and 17th November. We will be based in the historic city of Krakow which remains one of Central Europe’s gems and until the end of WW2 was one of the great Jewish centres in Europe.

The purpose of this trip is to develop a deeper understanding of the Holocaust and the Nazis and look at the threat of fascism today. The trip is open to everyone, but we are encouraging students, trade unionists and anti-racist activists in particular to attend. The cost of the trip is £200 or £160 for students/concessions. Please email info[at]uaf.org.uk for more information or if you can get your trade union branch to help sponsor the trip.