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Anti-racism stall in Wrexham
A Socialist Party stall with the slogans 'jobs, homes and services not racism' and 'youth against racism' was set up in a prominent shopping area in Wrexham town centre. Overall our key demands were welcomed and amongst those who stopped to talk, one man highlighted how the Labour Party he once knew no longer existed and said that he doesn't believe anything New Labour say.
Groups of young people signed the petitions and took leaflets, returning later in the day with more of their mates to sign. A couple of OAPs congratulated us on still flying the red flag. Some people gave their names to be contacted regarding future activities. Hopefully this shows the beginning of building the Socialist Party in North East Wales.
In The Socialist 16 July 2008:
International socialist news and analysis
Socialist Party NHS campaign
Socialist Party campaigns
Workplace news and analysis
The Socialist Comment
Socialist Party review