Report: Reclaiming the fight on November 25th

In the evening of November 25th a 300 strong crowd of anti-fascists, anti-racist activists, and feminists, gathered at Portland Place. A newly formed anti-fascist group, Feminist Anti-Fascist Assembly, joined forces with various other women led organisations such as Kurdish Women's Assembly and Brazilian Women Against Fascism to organise a demonstration whose aims were threefold: 1. … Continue reading Report: Reclaiming the fight on November 25th

[Guest post] Anti-fascism in the 1930s: from minority to majority

This is a guest post by antifascist writer and historian Dave Renton. The article was originally published on his blog here. In the collective memory of the 1930s, we think of the decade as one in which the left was always destined to out-number the right (at least in Britain, France…). So that big set-piece occasions, … Continue reading [Guest post] Anti-fascism in the 1930s: from minority to majority

London Anti-Fascists Statement on Pittsburgh massacre

On Saturday morning at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh Jewish families gathered for worship on the day of Sabbath. Robert Bowers, a 46-year-old white man with no previous convictions and unknown to authorities, entered the synagogue armed with assault rifles and shot and killed 11 people, injured 6 more, and was heard spouting … Continue reading London Anti-Fascists Statement on Pittsburgh massacre