Sunday 4th September, Princes Park, Liverpool, Noon till 8pm
Anti-racist activists are organising a major unity festival in the wake of the murder of black student Anthony Walker. Activists from many different groups, including Respect and the Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism, have come together and won support for the event from Liverpool City Council and the Liverpool Echo, the local newspaper.
Over 30 top bands and acts are playing for free, including the 747s, Ladytron, Strictly Motown and Jah Deeanko.
Co-ordinated by: Merseyside Coalition Against Racism & Fascism and backed by the Liverpool Echo.
Supported by: Merseyside Trade Union Council, Liverpool TUC, Knowsley TUC, Wirral TUC, Sefton TUC, St. Helens TUC, Liverpool City Council, Knowsley MBC, Wirral MBC, Sefton MBC, St. Helens MBC, Ellesmere Port Council, Merseyside Respect Coalition, UPS, Campaign Against Racial Terrorism, Merseyside Stop the War Coalition, Muslim Youth, Community Arabic Cultural Foundation, Muslim Association of Britain, National Association of Muslims, TGWU, PCS, FBU, CWU, Liverpool Unison, Liverpool 8 Law Centre, CWU Merseyside Amalgamated Branch, TGWU, USP, Willow Catering.
For further information or to make a donation contact MCARF 4 St. Anne Street Birkenhead Wirral CH41 3JU - or ring 0151 666 1999.