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25 St. Marks Pl
New York, NY 10003
United States

b/t 3rd Ave & Astor Pl 
East Village.

Street Art

#BlueLivesMatter's 'White Genocide' Memes Traced to Alt-Right Media Network

Following #BlueLivesMatter on any given day will reveal endless racist and misogynistic comments thinly veiled behind a blue wall of “respect.” Yet, a few memes in particular have stood out in the past few months. 893 more words

Cable Street and its aftermath – how the Blackshirts tried and failed to build in London's East End

This week sees the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Cable Street in London. Gary McNally argues against a recent trend among historians to dismiss the antifascist demonstration as counterproductive.  1,449 more words


Germany: Apoist Youth Initiative arson attacks against cars owned by Turkish fascists

We, the Apoist Youth Initiative – Revenge Team Çekdar Botan (Kassel), Revenge Team Lecvan Munzur (Munich) and Revenge Team Lecvan Munzur (Cologne), carried out arson attacks on vehicles in Munich, Cologne (20.08.16) and Kassel (23.09.16). 195 more words

Direct Action

Athens, Greece: Antifascists impose 12 hour blockade on the offices of fascist LEPEN party

It was 8:00 in the morning of Sunday 18 of September, when on the day that neonazis from the fascist party of LEPEN were planning to celebrate the “grand” opening of their new offices in Agios Panteleimonas, Athens, (provocatively on the day that antifa rapper Pavlos Fyssas was murdered by Golden Dawn neonazis 3 years ago in Keratsini, Athens (18/9/2013)), that antifascists swarmed and surrounded their offices catching them completely by surprise. 108 more words


Greece: Graffiti in memory of Killah P by R(A)TS CREW

Received on 13.09.16:

Antifascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas (aka Killah P) was murdered by Golden Dawn neo-Nazis in Keratsini, Greece on September 17, 2013.

Fascists, one thing is certain… 13 more words


A history of Dutch fascism and the militant anti-fascist response



The birth of the Dutch radical left

Although, obviously, terms like fascism and anti-fascism only came into use in the period between World War 1 and World War 2, their roots are firmly found before World War 1. 6,950 more words