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.
- RT @AntifaDFW: Last night a couple of our crew got picked up at A&M. Help us set them free. everribbon.com/ribbon/view/59… 8 hours ago
- RT @RosalindaAimee: AntiHate Protest growing and getting louder in front of the MSC #BattLive https://t.co/fPuTUMzWX1 21 hours ago
Recommended Events:* 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: Video
NO PASARAN (Blade Loki, 2006)
Chumbawamba live, Düsseldorf, 23.04.2000 we’re tought that after the war the nazis vanished without a trace but battalions of fascists still dream of a master race the history books they tell of their defeat in ’45 but they all came … Continue reading
Via Democracy Now! More details have come to light about the man who shot dead six worshippers and critically wounded three others at the Oak Creek Sikh temple in Wisconsin before he was killed by police. The gunman, Wade Michael … Continue reading
Directed by Mark Ford, Uprising features well known figures, rappers and actual participants in the riots including: Rodney King, Arsenio Hall, Ice T, Professor Todd Boyd (USC), Connie Rice (Civil Rights attorney), John Singleton, Too Short, KRS-One, Nas, Henry Watson … Continue reading
At the Anthology Film Archives 32 2nd Ave New York, NY 10003 (212) 505-5181 Although an entity called ‘anarchist cinema’ is almost impossible to define, anarchists with an interest in film have long been preoccupied with two interrelated strands: historical films … Continue reading
Another can of worms Another stomach turns Yeh yr ghetto burns It’s the song I hate, it’s the song I hate You got a stupid man You got a Ku Klux Klan Yr fuckin’ battle plan It’s the song I … Continue reading
Demonstrations have been held in various US cities as momentum grows in the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement. Among the other towns taking part on Wednesday were Los Angeles and Boston, where some university students walked out of lectures in solidarity. … Continue reading