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Tell Clear Channel to stop advertising BNP rascism

May 22

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22/05/2009 14:32  RssIcon

Clear Channel - one of the UK's largest billboard companies - have sold the BNP adverts. Stop them

Clear Channel - one of the UK's largest poster and billboard companies - have sold the BNP adverts across the country for the forthcoming European election, according to the anti-BNP Hope not Hate campaign

 

They have provided the BNP with high profile sites to spread their rascist message. In a matter of days these billboards and posters will be spreading across the country. But we can stop them if enough of us complain to Clear Channel and we get them to cancel their contract.

 

Hope Not Hate have set an easy-to-use page so you can send a letter of complaint. You also might like to personalise the message as suggested below the link.

http://action.hopenothate.org.uk/integrity

We suggest you also email these Clear Channel contacts:

 

lisacdollinger@clearchannel.com (US Communications contact)

zoe.jones@clearchannel.co.uk (UK PR Manager)

 

You might want to ask them:

 

"Clear Channel says on its US website "Our ZERO TOLERANCE policy that prohibits discrimination extends beyond our employees, into each and every market in which we conduct business" signed,
Bill Hamersly SVP, Human Resources. How does Clear Channel square that with its UK business

selling advertising space to the BNP, a rascist party whose leader Nick Griffin is a holocaust-denier and who has shared a platform with the former head of the Ku Klux Klan David Duke?"

 

Tell Clear Channel to stop giving the rascist BNP publicity.

 

 

 


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