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18th - 27th January , Oxford Town Hall, OX1 1BX - Free entry

Never Again - lessons from the Holocaust educational exhibition meeting timetable:

Saturday 18th January, 2PM
Opening rally

Craig Simmons,  Lord mayor of Oxford
Naomi Clayden, Oxford Jewish Congregation
Cllr Dr. Hosnieh Djafari-Marbini City Council migrant champion
& Stand Up To Racism

Immediately after the opening rally Tania Gessi,  Project co-ordinator, Roma Support Group  will speak about the accounts of Roma survivors of the Holocaust. 

We will have "Roma Stories" exhibition for us to display on Saturday 18th January.


Wednesday 22nd January, 5pm
"The Holocaust, A Warning From History"
Unite Against Fascism workshop with Emeritus Professor Jane Caplan, Oxford University historian specialising in Nazi Germany


Saturday 25th January, 2pm
"Stopping the Rise of Racism and the Far Right today"

Anneliese Dodds MP
Penny Faust, Oxford Jewish Congregation
Colette Levy, hidden child from Vichy, France
Roger McKenzie, Assistant General Secretary UNISON
Weyman Bennett, co-convenor Stand Up to Racism
Rabyah Khan, Chair Oxford and District Labour party

The exhibition will run from 18th-27th January in the Long Room, Oxford Town Hall. Opening times: 10-5pm Saturdays, 10-6pm Monday – Friday, Closed Sunday

For more information visit the exhibition facebook page

If you can help distribute flyers on our stalls, in your workplace, school or college or advertise the event on your workplace intranet please let us know.

The Oxford Stand Up To Racism “Never Again - lessons of the Holocaust” educational exhibition is supported by:

Oxford Jewish Congregation, Oxford City Council, Oxford Unite Against Fascism, Oxford Love Music Hate Racism, Oxfordshire UNISON Health Branch, Oxford & District Trades Council, CWU South Central Postal, Oxford Unite SE/6232, PCS DWP Oxon  and Bucks,  Oxfordshire County UNISON, Oxfordshire NEU, Henley CLP, Kidlington and Yarnton branch Labour Party

Oxford Stand Up To Racism is supporting the Oxford Love Music Hate Racism free stage at the Peoples Fair this coming Sunday.

Volunteers are needed to erect staging, move equipment, help with stalls through the day If you would like to help please email back and we'll put you in touch.

30th July - Love Music Hate Racism free stage at The Peoples Fair - win 2 tickets to see Lowkey

Sunday 30th July - 11-5 pm - Florence Park, OX4 3PW

Free entry

Oxford Love Music Hate Racism


  • Jamatone
  • Count Skylarkin
  • Rhymeskeemz
  • The PreacherMan
  • Mia Pearl
  • Jen Berkova
  • Tarik Beshir
  • Raouf Adear

Win 2 tickets to see Lowkey at the Oxford O2 Academy on 26th September.

Raffle tickets on sale at the Love Music Hate Racism stall at the Peoples Fair.

  • First prize: 2 tickets to see Lowkey at the O2 Academy
  • Second prize: 2 tickets to see Lowkey at the O2 Academy
  • Third prize: Love Music Hate Racism T-shirt
  • Plus ten Love Music Hate Racism badges

Many thanks to 'Those That Know' for generous donation of tickets to Lowkey gig.

Peoples Fair will have food stalls including Halal BBQ, clothing and jewellry stalls, henna painting, fair and pony rides for children, football tournament and more.

21st October - 'Confronting the Rise In Racism' National Conference

Join the Oxford contingent to the national conference.  £10 waged/£5 concessions.  Subsidised transport. Email us for details.  Already 13 people have signed up from Oxford.

Last year's conference: Confronting The Rise In Racism saw the birth of a new movement as over 1500 people joined Jeremy Corbyn, Diane Abbott, Alf Dubs and leading figures from a broad range of campaigns and organisations to pledge to unite against the rise in racism.

Following the election of Donald Trump, threats from the far-right in Europe and a prolonged wave of racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism as well as the ongoing humanitarian crisis facing refugees, 2017's conference will be a crucial opportunity to come together to discuss strenghtening our movement and taking on the challenges that confront us in 2017.

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