Rock Against Racism / Anti-Nazi League 1978 - Brian Homer
The First Rock Against Racism/Anti Nazi League Carnival on the 30th April 1978 was a mass march of at least 100,000 people from Trafalgar Square in London to Victoria Park in Hackney to express strong opposition to the Fascists of the National Front and the British Movement. Along the way flat-bed lorries carried effigies of the main Fascist leaders and Punk and Reggae bands and at Victoria Park there was a line-up that included Steel Pulse, Tom Robinson, X-Ray Specs, Sham 69, Poly Styrene and The Clash. Some of these images where used in the 2020 documentary White Riot about the anti-fascist movements use of direct action and culture but otherwise they have not been seen since they were shot more than 40 years ago.
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