A campaign group set up to counter racism in Lincoln has called a public meeting next week.
The announcement comes in response to plans for an anti-mosque demonstration in the city in the new year.
Lincoln Against Racism and Fascism, which was originally set up in 2006 to oppose the rise of the British National Party, was re-launched at a public meeting in June.
The group's relaunch followed a "unity against racism" protest organised by Lincoln & District TUC which was held to oppose activity in the city by the East Anglian Patriots.
Nick Parker, spokesperson for the newly-reformed group, said: "We don't believe that the so-called East Anglian Patriots represent our community. We want to give people the chance to come together to oppose the racism and division that the EAP stands for.
"We want to unite people in demanding decent jobs, homes and services for everyone."
The public meeting will take place on tonight at 7pm at Lincoln Labour Club, which is behind the Odeon Cinema, on Newland.
The EAP planned protest has been announced to take place on Saturday, January 18.