2.30pm Sunday 4 October
- Roger Mackenzie Assistant general secretary Unison,
- David Rosenberg author and anti-racist campaigner,
- Farhana Zaman Bangladeshi Workers Council and Chair Tower Hamlets UNITE (Community),
- Marlene Sidaway President International Brigades Memorial Trust,
- Nisar Ahmed Communist Party executive
- Prof. Mary Davis Communist Party.
- Chair: Ruth Styles Chair of CP Anti racist, Anti Fascist Commission.
DAY BY DAY RECORD
You can view here, the story of the Battle of Cable Street as it unfolds, through the pages of the Daily Worker. Nowadays it’s fashionable to state, without any facts, that the Communist Party reluctantly switched plans to march in Trafalgar Square, to mounting a token opposition to Mosley. Read the Daily Worker and judge for yourself. The Mosley march was under director of operations (headquarters) Sir George Duckworth King. The workers were led by Stepney communist Phil Piratin. A full account appears in the biography of Piratin and in his own account, ‘Our Flag Stays Red.’ The night after the defeat of Mosley, a victory march was held in the East End as Jack Phillips, repeatedly beaten around the head by police with batons, ‘hovered between life and death.’ Lionel Chursian was the first of 70 arrested to appear in court. He was fined Ten Shillings for shouting “They shall not pass!”.
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COMMUNIST PARTY FLYER
From 14 September you can download here, to print and distribute in communities and to circulate digitally, a new Communist Party anti racist and anti fascist flyer.
MORNING STAR MARKS ANNIVERSARY
Be sure to download and read online, a special supplement to the Morning Star on the weekend of 3/4 October. We urge you to buy the Star on the day and where possible, take a second, to win a new reader. The supplement will be available here on Sunday 4 October. The supplement will include articles by Jeremy Corbyn MP, Frances O’Grady general secretary of TUC, David Rosenberg, Roger Mackenzie, Liz Payne and others.