Rock Against Racism Carnival 1978

A turning point for Rock Against Racism, and young people in Britain, was RAR’s first major event. This led to widespread media coverage, this is from the NME, 6 May, 1978, and reinforced that punk and reggae bands, black and white kids, were working together to fight the fascists who were marching through our streets and developing an electoral prescence.


The rambunctious Richard Boon.




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