About Us:NYC ANTIFA is an autonomous blog that is trying through different media (news, videos and information in general) help to build, defend, educate and create an effective cultural resistance against fascism.
- #NewYork #Nazi history: Did you know there was a Nazi summer camp on #LongIsland in the '30s? messynessychic.com/2015/03/26/naz… 1 week ago
- Figures. Are they TYN folks? twitter.com/JohnTuckerT5/s… 1 week ago
Recommended Events:* Abc No Rio Hardcore Punk Matinee ( LINK )
WHAT: Best antifascist, diy and political bands playing since the 80's
WHEN: Every Saturday 3PM
* The Base ( LINK )
WHAT: Best alternative space in Brooklyn. A great monthly calendar of events and library.
WHEN: Every day, after noon
Category Archives: New York City
Japanese Nationalists are attempting to revise the history of “Comfort Women”* and are hosting an event in NYC. The speakers include Yumiko Yamamoto, currently the president of the “Comfort Women” denialist group Nadeshiko Action, and formerly of the notoriously racist … Continue reading
Eamon Murphy A coalition of more than 40 New York City community groups held a press conference outside City Hall on Monday calling for the City Council to cancel a planned delegation to Israel. A diverse group of speakers addressed … Continue reading
Nick Malinowski While specific incidents involving police violence – from the killing of Mike Brown in Ferguson, MO, to the death of Eric Garner on Staten Island – have been highlighted in protests all over the country since the summer, … Continue reading
NYC Antifa presents this essay in order to further a constructive discussion on the growth of fascist aesthetics in New York’s punk scene. A major problem with asserting our opposition to racist and fascist bands in this scene is that … Continue reading
According to Hyperallergic, the curator of a photo exhibit about Syria and Ukraine called Material Evidence was attacked and maced on the morning of Friday, Oct0ber 3. Apparently two individuals entered the exhibit, held on West 21st Street in Manhattan … Continue reading