Anti Fascist Action

The Beat Goes On: A History of Cable Street Beat

A history of Cable Street Beat, the musical wing of Anti-Fascist Action, from Fighting Talk magazine. This article was digitised as part of the collection at uncarved.org.

Heroes or villains? - Anti-Fascist Action

A barricade on Cable Street, 1936

Pamphlet produced by Anti-Fascist Action chronicling violent working class opposition to fascism in the UK over the course of the 20th century.

AFA Sweden celebrates 20 years of anti-fascist activities

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the joining of a number of different Swedish anti-fascist groups into the national anti-fascist network Antifascistisk Aktion.

Anti-Nazi League: Don't believe the hype

A critique by Anti-Fascist Action (AFA) of the Anti-Nazi League (ANL) mk2′s analysis after the BNP victory in 1992.

Marching Altogether: Interview with a member of Leeds Fans United Against Racism and Fascism

Marching Altogether

This is an interview with a member of Leeds Fans United against Racism and Fascism (the first football fan-based group in Britain set up specifically to fight racism) from the Leeds Anti Fascist Action newsletter 'Attitude' in Spring 1994 along with issues of LFUARAF's fanzine 'Marching Altogether'.

Anti-Fascist Action – Fighting talk (documentary)

A BBC documentary from 1993 charting the history of militant anti-fascism in the UK.

Fighting Talk magazine - Anti Fascist Action

Complete archive of UK group Anti Fascist Action's journal Fighting Talk, published between September 1991 and April 1999, in PDF format.

Action! Race War to Door Wars [Review]

Refutation by a former Anti Fascist Action member on some of the "facts" from a book by a former British National Party member.

Filling The vacuum - London AFA

Veneer of respectability: the "new" BNP

1995 document by some people within Anti-Fascist Action following the BNP's decision to abandon the streets. The document led to the creation of the Independent Working Class Association.

Bash the fash: anti-fascist recollections, 1984-1993 - K Bullstreet

This is literally a no-punches pulled account of militant group Anti Fascist Action’s fight against fascism in Britain by a grassroots anarchist member of AFA. Highly recommended.