Around 100,000 people from across London and far beyond attended the Love Music, Hate Racism carnival in Victoria Park, east London, today.
The concert, which featured artists including The Good, The Bad and the Queen, Hard-Fi and Roll Deep, marked the thirtieth anniversary of the first Rock Against Racism Carnival.
Today’s event was devoted to the need to defeat the Nazi British National Party in next week’s London and local elections.
Rock Against Racism founder Red Saunders told the huge crowd that they were a true reflection of London – young and old, black and white.
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