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Unite against Facism

Identifier: UAF

Scope and Contents

Unite Against Fascism (UAF) is an anti-fascist pressure group in the United Kingdom, with support from politicians of the three largest political parties in the House of Commons, including the former Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron and the late Labour politician Tony Benn.

It describes itself as a national campaign with the aim of alerting British society to a perceived threat of fascism and the far right — in particular the British National Party (BNP) — gaining a foothold at local, national and European elections, arguing that "there is a real danger that the BNP could get a significant platform in elected institutions.

As of 2014, its honorary presidents are Doreen Lawrence, Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon and Ken Livingstone. This collection consists of:

Five plastic pin badges and three metal badges several recognising the murder of Blair peach [1979-1999]

One Anti-nazi league supports card [undated]

One sheet of 12 circular yellow badge stickers

Two magazines Temporary hoarding [Spring, summer 1978]

One copy of Skan School kids against Nazis newspaper

One Rock against racism poster advertising the concert created by the Rock Against Racism organisation [1978]

One vinyl cover for 4th street orchestra [1978]


  • 1970s

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Black Cultural Archives

Biographical / Historical



12 items

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Black Cultural Archives
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