Monday 20 February / 5.30 p.m. / Market Square, Cambridge CB2
On Monday parliament will debate the state visit to which Theresa May as prime minister invited the new US president Donald Trump, who shortly afterwards delivered a version of the Muslim travel ban he had promised in his openly racist election campaign. Anti-racists are responding with a national day of action in protest at Trump's government, and our friends in Cambridge Stand Up to Racism have called a rally and march, supported by the Cambridge People's Assembly among many other organizations.
We'll meet from 5.30 p.m., then hear speakers from 6 p.m. before we march. The day of action coincides with the One Day Without Us immigrant initiative (see our notices on the Cambridge rally the day before and the events on the day), and at 8 p.m. people from both strands of the day's actions will come together for an informal gathering at the CB2 Bistro (5–7 Norfolk Street).