Wed 26 Jan 2022 - 6:30pm

Challenging Hate Today:

a Holocaust Memorial event


In remembrance of all who passed and who suffered during the Holocaust and subsequent genocides, we will be inviting guest speaker Dr Joe Mulhall, a leading expert in far-right extremism, and acclaimed Andean music group Sagrada Familia - Sumaq Ayllu for an event that will explore the devestating realities of hate in our world today, and what we can do to challenge this ever present evil.

The event will also include the readings of poetry written by survivors of genocides across the world. This will be a mournful event, but one that looks into the future with hope, and tries to provide a path forward in tackling extremism in the UK, and challenging the forces of hate in our world.

This event will be taking place in the Union Chapel bar, on the 26th January at 7pm. Doors will be opening at 6:30pm.

This is a free event, but you are required to book in advance.


Dr Joe Mulhall is one of the UK’s leading experts on far-right extremism. Head of Research at the UK’s largest anti-fascism organisation, HOPE not hate, his books include Drums in the Distance: Journeys in the Global Far Right, British Fascism After the Holocaust and The International Alternative Right (Co-Author). He has written for the Guardian, Independent and New Statesman and appears regularly on broadcast media including the BBC News at Ten, Radio 4’s Today programme, The Moral Maze and Channel 4 News, among others. 

Sagrada Familia - Sumaq Ayllu is conformed by a family members based in London: Raymi, Kanti and Phaxsi. The group play traditional instruments from the Andes from flutes, quenas and pan pipes as main instruments including also guitar, charango and drums. In her long career Phaxsi has been playing with different bands from Bolivia to Japan and now based in London, UK she is one of the most important Andean musicians who promote Latin American music and part of different projects in her long musical journey.