19th - 26th January , Oxford Town Hall, OX1 1BX - Free entry
Never Again - lessons from the Holocaust educational exhibition speaker timetable:
Saturday 19th January, 11am opening address:
with Mayor of Oxford and Alison Ryde, President, Oxford Jewish Congregation
Monday 21st January, 5.15pm
“LGBT oppression and the Nazis”
speaker: Matthew Callow, Chair, Oxford Unite Health
Tuesday 22nd January, 5.15pm
“Women under fascism”
speaker: Professor Jane Caplan, Historian, Oxford University
Wednesday 23rd January, 5.15pm
“Holocaust, Antisemitism and the far right today”
speaker: Rob Ferguson, Unite Against Fascism
Thursday 24th January, 5.15pm
“Roma and the Holocaust”
speaker: Valdemar Kalinin, celebrated Roma writer and poet
Friday 25th January, 5.15pm
“Fascism and Trade unions”
invited speaker Pol O'Ceallaigh, President, Oxford & District Trades Council
Saturday 26th January, 2pm
with Anneliese Dodds MP Oxford East and others
The exhibition will run from 19th-26th January in the Long Room, Oxford Town Hall. Opening times: 10-5pm Saturdays, 10-6pm Monday – Friday, Closed Sunday
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The Oxford Stand Up To Racism “Never Again - lessons of the Holocaust” educational exhibition is supported by: Oxford Unite Against Fascism, Oxford Love Music Hate Racism, Oxford Jewish Congregation, Oxfordshire UNISON Health Branch, Oxford UCU, CWU South Central Postal, Oxford Unite Health, Oxford Unite SE/6232, DWP PCS Oxon and Bucks, Oxford City UNISON, Central Counties & Thames Valley Branch Communication Workers Union, Oxfordshire County UNISON, Oxford & District Trades Council, Ruskin UCU, Henley CLP, Oxfordshire Refugee Solidarity, Oxford Momentum.
Now more than ever we need a huge response to the refugee crisis to counter the racist rhetoric across Europe trying demonise and disenfranchise victims of war, oppression and poverty.
Some of the largest mass movements in Britain have joined together with major trade unions to show solidarity.
Oxford Stand Up To Racism will have a contingent on the Convoy to Calais. If you can join us on the convoy or provide any kind of material or financial support, please email us. You can also join our facebook event
This is practical aid but it is also a huge moving protest at the way governments across the continent are failing refugees.
This is the time to come together and say: stop the scapegoating, solidarity with the refugees.