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Monday, 3 June 2019

Stand Up for Palestine - Support the anti-Trump demonstration tomorrow



From Together Against Trump
The national demonstration against Trump on Tuesday 4 June will be assembling at 11am at Trafalgar Square, marching to Downing Street and then to Parliament Square, creating a Trump-free zone and Carnival of Resistance.
The nearest station is Charing Cross Station (Bakerloo and Northern lines). To avoid the main crowds and the possibility of disruption, use Embankment, Piccadilly Circus or Leicester Square stations. Westminster is the closest station for the Parliament Square rally.

What else is happening during Trump’s State Visit?

There will protests against Trump at every stage of his visit including outside Buckingham Palace during the State Banquet on Monday 3rd, outside Downing Street when he meets Theresa May on Tuesday 4th and in Portsmouth on Wednesday 5th. Below is a comprehensive list of the events taking place around the country during Trump’s visit between Monday 3rd and Wednesday 5th June.

Monday 3rd June

Protest at the Palace: Spoil Trump’s banquet
What: Donald Trump is coming to a state banquet at Buckingham Palace on Monday 3 June, as part of his state visit. We say he doesn’t deserve this red-carpet treatment and we plan to make ourselves heard right outside the palace as he turns up. Bring pots and pans, vuvuzelas, musical instruments etc and make some noise!
When: 5:30pm
Where: Gather outside Buckingham Palace, on the green on Spur Road
See Facebook event here

The People’s Banquet
What: When President Trump comes to the UK for the pomp and ceremony of a state visit, we are calling on women and allies to join us for a People’s Banquet and to share words of love and peace.
When: 7pm
Where: Parliament Square
See Facebook event here

Protests also taking place on Monday 3rd June around the country from 5pm onwards in BangorBirmingham, Brixton, Cambridge, Chesterfield, Leamington Spa, Manchester, Newcastle, and Nottingham.

Tuesday 4th June

Trump Baby
What: Trump Baby will be making a return and will fly over Parliament Square for two hours on Tuesday morning. A smaller version will be placed at ground level along the Together Against Trump march route throughout the day for protesters to take pictures with!
When: 9:30am – 11am
Where: Parliament Square

Together Against Trump – stop the state visit national demonstration
What: Donald Trump is coming to Britain for a state visit. Let’s show him what we think of his divisive, hateful policies! We will be taking to the streets opposing Trump’s racism, themed areas will feature throughout the protest with climate justice, migrants’ rights, anti-racism, Women’s rights, LGBT rights, anti-war and trade union rights and many more.

When: 11am – 4pm
Where: We will be assembling in Trafalgar Square from 11 am on Tuesday 4 June to declare a Trump free zone. We will then march down Whitehall and have a rally by the Women’s Memorial close to Downing Street, and then march round to Parliament Square for the closing rally. The route map will be available soon.
See Facebook event here

Monday, 29 April 2019

May 11th - two events for Palestine


The Palestinian people need our solidarity more than ever, and are calling for global protests to protect their collective rights. As Israel continues to flout international law and violate human rights, there is a responsibility on the global community to hold it to account and push for an end to the oppression of the Palestinian people.

No new Nakba! - End the Siege! - Defend the Right of Return!

Organised by: Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Stop the War Coalition, Palestinian Forum in Britain, Friends of Al- Aqsa, Muslim Association of Britain

Plus in the evening this event organised locally:


Ticket Reservations HERE

Saturday, 30 March 2019

Action for Palestine Today! EXIST! RESIST! RETURN! Kensignton High Street 1pm


Kensington High Street,  Opposite Israeli Embassy, 1pm Saturday March 30th

Since the election of Donald Trump the collective rights of the Palestinian people have come under intensifying attacks. Israel has further entrenched its system of oppression; passing a racist nation state law, maintaining its crippling siege on Gaza, and continuing to rapidly expand illegal settlements in defiance of international law. Israel also killed more than 200 unarmed demonstrators during the ongoing Great Return March, and injured more Palestinians in 2018 than during the entire war on Gaza in 2014. Meanwhile, Trump’s cuts to UNRWA funding are part of a wider attempt to redefine the refugee status of millions of displaced Palestinians and erase their fundamental Right of Return.

So the Palestinian people need our solidarity more than ever, and are calling for global protests to protect their rights. As Israel continues to flout international law and violate human rights, there is a responsibility on the global community to hold it to account and push for an end to the oppression of the Palestinian people.

March 30th is Palestinian Land Day - when Palestinians across the world remember the unarmed protesters killed by Israel in 1976 during demonstrations about Israel’s theft of Palestinian land. This year, March 30th also marks the the 1st anniversary of the start of the Great Return March. These ongoing protests, taking place every single Friday, have seen thousands of Palestinians fighting for their right of return to their villages and homes from which they were forcibly removed. Many have been irreversibly injured and even killed for doing so.

The Palestinian people refuse to give up their struggle for justice. It is our task to draw inspiration from their endurance and answer their call for international solidarity.

So join us on March 30th to show support for the Palestinian struggle, and to rally for Palestinians’ fundamental rights to EXIST, RESIST & RETURN!

#FreePalestine #ExistResistReturn