We’re back in Febuary and we’re going to be looking at the history of the Mexican revolution (1910 edition). As ever it will be on the third Tuesday (19th) Feb at Freedom Bookshop, 7pm. Continue reading
We are hosting a night of international antifascist solidarity at DIY Space for London on 19th Jan from 7pm. The night will start with a talk by comrades from the Libertatia squat in Greece who’s building was burned down by fascists. They’ll give an overview of the rise of the far-right in Europe and efforts anarchists are doing to combat this. Continue reading
Stand Up To Racism/Unite Against Fascism (which I will treat as interchangeable from this point) already has a less than stellar reputation among anti-fascists, and their behaviour on the mobilisation against Tommy Robinson on the 9th of December has done nothing to challenge that reputation. As a participant in that mobilisation, my ground level experience of events is obviously incomplete and even before that day I had no love for the Socialist Worker Party, which Stand Up To Racism is widely agreed to be a front organisation for, but what I did see was a stab in the back of the broader anti-fascist movement involved in the mobilisation.
But before the events of the day, some background…
On 19th Jan 2019 We are hosting a night of international antifascist solidarity. The night will start with a talk by comrades from the Libertatia squat in Greece who’s building was burned down by fascists. They’ll give an overview of the rise of the far-right in Europe and efforts anarchists are doing to combat this.
Very last minute annoouncement of a Tech Forensics workshop on 7th Dec 17:30 till 19:30 at the Royal College of Art Darwin building.
Originally published in Rebel City, this is a first hand account of policing at an antifascist counter demo in Dover.
Our next reading group will be on Ecology on the 18th December at Freedom Bookshop, 7pm.
This month we discussed a number of different anarcha-feminist texts ranging from the early 20th century to modern day perspectives from the Kurdish feminist movement. As the group was so large, we split off into two smaller groups which each held their own discussions. Here are some reflections from each group.