Category Archives: United States

Philadelphia, Sept. 6 “March Against Racists and Rapists”

From Philly Antifa March Against Racists and Rapists 6:00 PM SHARP September 6th, 2014 Tacony Library, 6742 Torresdale Ave, Philadelphia Drive the Ku Klux Klan and Nazis Out of Philly Neo-Nazis and members of the KKK are living and organizing … Continue reading

Posted in Call To Action, Philadelphia, Solidarity

Shutdown Brooklyn RAC Show: No More Anti-Muslim, Anti-Jewish, Neo-Nazi Shows in Greenpoint

UPDATE (Thursday, August 28, 9PM): One People’s Project has announced that Coco 66 has cancelled the booking!!! See “Controversial Brooklyn Show Cancelled” One People’s Project has called for people to contact Coco66 in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and ask them to cancel the … Continue reading

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August 20th 2014 – NYC Solidarity Protest with the People of Ferguson

On August 20 at 9pm, the people of New York took the streets to protest police brutality in solidarity with Ferguson. The murder of teenager Michael Brown –a pattern that unfortunately keeps repeating systematically–has sparked national and international rage.  The … Continue reading

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It’s Never Too Late for a Reportback: New York Solidarity with Jock Palfreeman!

July 25th marked the Worldwide Day of Solidarity with Jock Palfreeman, who, as we hope you know by now, is an Australian anti-fascist political prisoner serving a 20-year prison sentence in Bulgaria for the rather-mysterious death of a neo-nazi football … Continue reading

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Philly Antifa on KSS: “Economics is a red herring”

The comrades at Philly Antifa have published a very good article about Pennsylvania’s Keystone State Skinheads (KSS) and the meaning of their many changes over the years. KSS started as a gun-toting Nazi skinhead crew but have become soft(er) spoken “white nationalists,” changing both their names and approaches … Continue reading

Posted in Opinion, Philadelphia