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Unite Against Racism demonstration, 1994

Following the election of a British National Party councillor in Millwall, East London and the escalation in racist attacks in the area, the TUC joined with a broad platform of anti-racist organisations in a Unite Against Racism demonstration in Tower Hamlets on 19 March, 1994. Some 50,000 people joined the demonstration. The BNP candidate was defeated in the subsequent local elections and a Labour Council returned to power in the borough.

Title Unite Against Racism demonstration, 1994
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Production Date 1994
Format Leaflet
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Holding Institution TUC Library Collections, London Metropolitan University
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