Stand Against Racism rally gets market lift

IPSWICH Multicultural Projects' fortnightly market is packing up from its usual Masonic Hall, Roderick St, location to join in the Stand Against Racism Rally at Ipswich Mall tomorrow.

Around 10 stalls representing our multi-cultural community will move into the mall area surrounding the rotunda.

The Stand Against Racism rally will be addressed by the Minister for Multicultural Affairs Glen Elmes, Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale and the CEO of Access Community Services Gail Ker.

The rally will start at 11am for just 30 minutes.



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