Rock against Racism 1978

In 1978, tens of thousands of music fans attended an anti-racism concert in the East End of London.

Rock against Racism was the biggest anti-fascist demonstration since World War II.

Witness speaks to one of the organisers Roger Huddle, and to the musician, Billy Bragg, who was in the crowd.

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Sun 1 May 2011 22:50 GMT

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