Monday, 2 June 2008
Hope Not Hate 2008. This will keep you busy.
Hope Not Hate 2008
Ryan Giggs: You must speak out on abusers For Manchester Utd star Ryan Giggs having a black father meant he suffered racial abuse as a child.
Our two-week grand tour to beat racism After two weeks on the road a journey that began in Liverpool city centre ends today when the Daily Mirror’s Hope not Hate bus arrives in Brixton, South London.
Rio Ferdinand: Football is a great way to defeat the racists The latest England football captain personally experienced racism but refused to suffer in silence.
Hope not hate bus ends tour with concert
Music is the food of hope
Ainsley Harriott: The magic of food brings us together
10 reasons you should not vote for the BNP
Stars, writers, union leaders and athletes urge a vote for tolerance
PM backs the Mirror's message to kick out bigotry
Rockers hit Brixton Academy to rally against racism
Hope not hate: Vote for equality, freedom and hope - By Gordon Brown
The Levellers and Alabama 3 for Rock Against Racism
Sir Alan Sugar's sidekicks fired up for Mirror's Hope Not Hate campaign
Emmerdale cast backs Hope Not Hate campaign
Foodies join our Hope Not Hate tour for hotpot and sushi
Corrie stars turn out to back our campaign bus
Hope Not Hate 2008: In pictures
Sugababes back our Hope Not Hate anti-racism battle
Kick out the BNP for good, says David Lammy
Soccer star John Barnes kicks off our Hope not Hate bus tour 2008
Take a look at the Hope Not Hate 2008 route map
Video: Hope Not Hate - The journey begins
Hope Not Hate 2007
A land decked in glory It’s just over a month since the Daily Mirror and Searchlight launched Hope not Hate, a special campaign aimed at celebrating modern Britain.
Ten reasons not to vote BNP DID you know the BNP doesn’t even support the England football team because it has black players.
A road to hope: Key moments in the campaign and locations THE KEY moments in the campaign and locations.
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Hope Not Hate Video
Video: Hope Not Hate 2008 - The key moments in the campaign The Daily Mirror campaign Hope not Hate has been touring Britain – celebrating modern Britain and visiting lots of different communities in a 1964 Leyland open-topped double decker bus.
Hope Not Hate video diary: Brixton Our anti-racism bus reaches South London.
Hope Not Hate video diary: Day 10 - Victoria Park At Victoria Park for the hope Not Hate Carnival.
Hope Not Hate video diary: Day 9 - Dagenham
Hope Not Hate video diary: Day 8 - Wembley
Hope Not Hate video diary: Day 7 - London
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