In the 1970s Syd was one of the team of creatives who founded Rock Against Racism. Under the slogan ' Love Music, Hate Racism ', it was one of the first organizations that actively showcased reggae and punk bands on the same stage, attracting large multicultural audiences. At a time when the National Front and fascist attitudes were gaining increasing support, Rock Against Racism marked the rising resistance to institutionalized and violent racism.
Rally was organized by Campaign Against Racism and Fascism and held in the Melbourne CBD on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, four days after the Christchurch terror attack. Additional tags: Scott Morrison (ScoMo), Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party, The Australian Greens. Video Duration: 11 minutes. Campaign Against Racism and Fascism added an event.
UNITED for Intercultural Action is a European network against nationalism, racism, fascism and in support of migrants and refugees, in which over 560 organisations from 48 European countries cooperate.
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Noise Against Fascism - Direkt Aktion 47. Escravo Que Mata O Senhor - . HNM Records is proud to present the NOISE AGAINST RACISM compilation. The title says it all. Racism is a cancer that needs to be cut out and destroyed forever. Stand up against ignorance and hate. Many HUGE thanks to all the amazing artists that contributed to this compilation. Compilation idea and concept by: Ade Rowe.
Sonic Youth, Youth Against Fascism Iconic noise rockers Sonic Youth were never ones to shy away from controversial topics or political views throughout their storied career. They even took the bold move of releasing the song as the album’s second single and they filmed a music video for it, as well.
See for example I. Goodyer, ‘Rock Against Racism: Multiculturalism and Political Mobilisation, 1976-1981’, in Immigrants & Minorities, 22/1 (2003), pp. 44-62. The question of punk’s political ambiguity was a topic of frequent discussion in the music press. See for example prominent punk critic Lester Bangs’s article on the Clash, which appeared in the NME 10 th December 1977.
European Network against nationalism, racism, fascism and in support of migrants and refugees. Week Against Racism – 21 March. International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism – 9 November.
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Featuring – Dennis World, Ragga Yves, Ras Bors
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- Recorded At – Hype Studios
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