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.
- today in 1942, FDR approved the internment of Japanese Americans. 1 week ago
- RT @OnePeoplesProj: Teach-in: What is White Supremacy? With Daryle Lamont Jenkins and Philly Antifa. A-Space, Philadelphia https://t.co/jyF… 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
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from NYC Anarchist Black Cross WHAT: Political Prisoner Letter-Writing Dinner WHEN: 7pm sharp, Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015 WHERE: The Base – 1302 Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11221 (directions below) NOTE: The Base is on the ground floor, is wheelchair … Continue reading
Last night NYC antifascists joined the Trayvon Martin Organizing Committee’s #IndictAmerica march in Lower Manhattan. Hundreds strong, we were only one march of several taking the streets back from the murderous NYPD, who looked on helpless as we marched on the FDR Drive, … Continue reading
From the Trayvon Martin Organizing Committee: #INDICTAMERICA: National Day of Action for Mike Brown! WHEN: DAY AFTER THE VERDICT WHERE: YOUR CITY Atlanta Troy Davis Park (Woodruff Park), 7 pm https://www.facebook.com/events/893450550666380/?pnref=story Baltimore Mckeldin Square, 4pm https://www.facebook.com/events/1540153256197483/?ref=4 Boston Boston Police B2 HQ, … Continue reading
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
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