“Stand Up To Racism took the decision to postpone the UN anti-racism day protests in London and Glasgow until later in the year in response to the coronavirus and its significant threat to public health.
Yet with racism being one of the key challenges for our society we think it is crucial to continue to utilise Saturday 21 March as a day of international solidarity against racism.
Join us for a #WorldAgainstRacism online rally which will hear from key international speakers involved in tackling racism and the far-right. There will be online antiracist video messages from MPs, trade unionists, faith groups and campaigners on the day. Showing solidarity with the fight against racism today and marking the 60th anniversary of the Sharpeville Massacre.