Threats to BAME and migrant communities have increased with the rise of the far-right and the expansion of Prevent, the Hostile Environment and institutionalised racism.
How can communities work together to build a united front in the struggle against racism? What can previous movements in British history tell us about the organisational and conceptual approaches required to address the current challenges?
Come hear from experienced anti-racist campaigners about how to take this fight forward.
Suresh Grover is founder and director of the leading anti-racist organisation, The Monitoring Group
Rafeef Ziadah is a Palestinian-Canadian poet and human rights activist who lives in London. She is a lecturer in Comparative Politics of the Middle East at SOAS University, where she researches the political economy of war and humanitarianism, and racism and the security state.
Dr Adam Elliot Cooper is a researcher in policing and criminalisation at Greenwich University