Sat 19 Mar, 2016

Patrick Harvie spoke to a crowd of over a thousand people in George Square today in support of the fight against racism and Islamophobia. He joined fellow Glaswegians in a call to welcome refugees to Scotland and defend the rights of migrants.

"People Make Glasgow; I am proud that every one of you and many more, make our city the vibrant, fantastic city that it is, but I will be prouder still when, as a country we have rejected the toxic, inhumane and racist rhetoric that fuels the debate on immigration and asylum in this country today. We can do so much better and as we stand together I am certain that we will."

Press Coverage of the event

Hundreds march against racism in Glasgow - Patrick quoted

Herald Scotland

Campaigners urge welcome for refugees at Glasgow march

Ellon Times

Also found in  Mearns Leader,  Glasgow South and Eastwood Extra,  Stornoway Today,  Fife Today,  Brechin AdvertiserMidlothian Advertiser and  Arbroath Herald

Thousands attend Glasgow anti-racism march

BBC News

Campaigners Take to Glasgow Streets to Condemn Racism

Clyde 1

Glasgow marks UN anti-racism day with George Square rally


Campaigners condemn racism and voice support for refugees

Herald Scotland

Campaigners take to streets of Glasgow to condemn racism and support refugees

Dumfries and Galloway Standard

Campaigners show support for refugees in Glasgow anti-racism march - Sunday Post

Sunday Post


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