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 @jackherer20: Oct 4, 1936: Battle of Cable Street. 3000 fascists protected by 6000 pigs took to the streets of London&faced off against … 2 days ago
- RT @nycabc: Belarus: Antifascist sentenced to 6 years for fight w/ neo-nazis 325.nostate.net/?p=17510 @abcbelarus @NYCAntifa @PhillyANTIFA @R… 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
- Call To Action
Tag Archives: fuck the police
March for: Justice for Kimani Gray! Jail the Killer Cops! Drop the Charges Against All the Arrested Protestors! Sunday, March 24, Church Ave at E. 55 3 pm rally & march to 67th Precinct Event page: facebook.com/events/227164960762890/ 16 year old … Continue reading
From: October 22 Coalition to Stop Police Brutality – New York Step out for the 17th National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation October 22nd WEAR BLACK, FIGHT BACK! NO MORE STOLEN LIVES! … Continue reading
By Weekly Autonomous March In NYC Where: Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and 125th Street NYC – 8PM Meet at Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and 125th Street at 8:00pm in the plaza. The location will allow us to actually organize … Continue reading
FRIDAY, July 27th, 2012 /// 8PM Corner of 99th and 3rd avenue 10029 NYC This march will be in solidarity with those in Anaheim who were protesting the fatal police shooting on Saturday. Cops shot non-lethal rounds toward men, women and … 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