Journalist Vimal Korpal chats to Bernie Wilcox, one of the founders of the Northern Carnival Against the Nazis in 1978, on the 40th anniversary of the anti-racism event; and ahead of a new public exhibition in Manchester showcasing photographs and posters from the carnival.

A defining moment in establishing anti-racism movements in the city and beyond, the gathering was supported by music bands including Birmingham’s reggae group Steel Pulse and Bolton punk rock band Buzzcocks. Bernie has been putting together an exhibition showcasing this historic day, which opens today.

Read more about Bernie Wilcox and the Northern Carnival Against the Nazis here.

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