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40,000 in Trafalgar Square for May Day Music Against Fascism

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Forty thousand people - young, old, black, white, male and female - joined together in a massive show of unity at the Unite against Fascism gig in Trafalgar Square on Sunday. Peter Doherty received enormous cheers when he told the audience \"Even if you don't love my music, we all hate racism.\" Other acts included Estelle, Terri Walker, Bigga Fish, Rodney P and Skeme.
Issue 1950
The crowd in Trafalgar Square
The crowd in Trafalgar Square

Forty thousand people – young, old, black, white, male and female – joined together in a massive show of unity at the Unite against Fascism gig in Trafalgar Square on Sunday. Peter Doherty received enormous cheers when he told the audience ‘Even if you don’t love my music, we all hate racism.’ Other acts included Estelle, Terri Walker, Bigga Fish, Rodney P and Skeme.

Pete Doherty onstage
Pete Doherty onstage
Estelle with Holocaust survivor Leon Greenman
Estelle with Holocaust survivor Leon Greenman

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