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.
- Our message of solidarity with #4thPrecinctShutDown, under attack by racists. Rally tonight in WSP 6pm nycantifa.wordpress.com/2015/11/24/4th… 5 days ago
- RT @newyorkyearzero: would be nice for A-team to show up to make this an antifa thing instead of something RCP takes over like always https… 5 days 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
- Call To Action
Category Archives: Uncategorized
The National Policy Institute’s conference for 2015 just wrapped up, one of the most popular intellectual events for the white nationalist movement in the United States. NPI is run by youngish nationalist Richard Spencer, who encourages the movement to be … Continue reading
WELCOME THE REFUGEES KICK OUT NAZIS, POLITICIANS, AND COPS Saturday, September 12, 2015 Union Square, NYC 12pm sharp Call for a No Borders and Antifascist contingent to the 9/12 Syrian Refugee solidarity demonstration In Budapest, Lampedusa, Lesvos, Berlin, Calais, Kobani, … Continue reading
From itsgoingdown: On Monday, July 27th, our friend and comrade, Stephen Loughman, was arrested and charged with “breach of peace” for his support the week before at an anti-KKK rally in Columbia, SC on July 18th, 2015. Local activists had … Continue reading
From Rojava Solidarity NYC: It is with a heavy heart we share this news of what appears to be a suicide bombing in Suruc, a town in Turkey bordering Kobane. This and the recent attack on Kobane, show that the … Continue reading
From our article last year: [Fourteen] years ago today, Italian Anarchist Carlo Giuliani was murdered by carabinieri during the protests against the G8 summit in Genoa, Italy. Each successive mobilization of the Anti-Globalization years (1999-2002) became increasingly more militant, and … Continue reading