Tag Archives: anti-fascism

Joel Almgren is free!

Some good news from Sweden: Joel Almgren, the Swedish antifascist comrade who’s been incarcerated for several years as a result of defending an antiracist demonstration from a nazi attack in December 2013, has now been released. You can read more … Continue reading

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Interview with antifascist attacked in Berkeley

There’s a lot going on at the moment, and it’s hard to keep up. I don’t have any particular comments to add on the events of the last few days myself, but I want to recommend this short(ish – just … Continue reading

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Early December round-up of workplace, housing, and other news

The cleaners organising through the UVW at the London School of Economics have extended their deadline to Friday 2nd December, but if their demands aren’t met by that point they’ll be declaring a formal dispute, and there’s a demo to … Continue reading

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Rotherham 12 trial: Self-defence is no offence – all defendants cleared!

The Rotherham 12 trial ended today in a huge victory for the ten defendants who choose to plead not guilty, as the jury accepted the legitimacy of self-defence against racist attacks and acquitted them all. You can read the official … Continue reading

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Taking part in the international day of solidarity with antifascist prisoners

July 25th has been designated an international day of solidarity with antifascist prisoners. If you’d like to join in, the simplest ways to show solidarity from the UK would probably be to write to Yusef, who was jailed for resisting … Continue reading

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Dover and Dover again: the results of the rematch

So, following on from demonstrations in September and January that saw increasingly intense levels of violence, yesterday’s far-right and anti-fascist mobilisations in Dover seemed to pass without much incident. I think that in many ways what this illustrates is that these kinds … Continue reading

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Down from Dover: a reply on anti-fascism

The article on antifascism Sabcat published the other week has now been redrafted and published on Roar Mag. The new draft is a lot stronger and has less to disagree with, which in some ways is a loss: for instance, … Continue reading

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