antifascism

AFA and the Police - Whatever You Say, Say Nothing

Anti-Fascist Action's guide to interactions with the police. From Fighting Talk issue 4, 1992/3.

Fighting Talk 10 (January 1995)

Issue 10 of Anti-Fascist Action's Fighting Talk magazine.

Fighting Talk 9 (1994)

Issue 9 of Anti-Fascist Action's Fighting Talk magazine. A football special.

Legacy Of The Pink Triangle - Sam Lowry

Prisoners wearing pink triangles on their uniforms are marched outdoors by Nazi

From the Nazis' concentration camps to the streets of London today, lesbians and gay men have been a target of fascist attacks. Sam Lowry examines this history of persecution.

From issue 2 of Anti-Fascist Action's Fighting Talk magazine, 1992.

Dissecting the right's "free speech" rhetoric

An analysis of the reactionary co-option of the term "freedom of speech" in the age of Trump and Bolsonaro, and discussion of how best to respond to it.

Bomber Harris Joins Anti-Fascist Action

Wildcat (UK) article on the limitations of anti-fascism. Whilst this is generally a good piece the comment about anti-fascists having "internalized the democratic/Zionist guilt trip" is especially concerning given the later trajectory of Wildcat in the 2000s.

Corsair Writings - Pier Paolo Pasolini

Pier Paolo Pasolini

A collection of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s controversial articles and interviews from 1973-1975 on the “anthropological revolution” that transformed Italy during the 1960s and early 1970s, with its “development without progress”, “consumerist hedonism”, “false tolerance”, mass culture, impoverishment of language, neurosis, destruction of traditional peasant cultures (“cultural genocide”), “strategy of tension”, and phony anti-fascism, signaling the decline of the old fascism and the rise of a new, “permissive” fascism, a “Power without a face” that is the “worst kind of totalitarianism”.

Glasgow St Andrews Day Anti-Racism March: Join the Antifascist Unity Bloc!

Antifascist Unity Bloc callout
STUC St Andrew's Day Anti-Racism March & Rally
SAT 24th November
10.30am
Glasgow Green

Are We Going Back to the 1930s?

You would have to be well over 80 to directly remember anything about the 1930s. The nearest thing to real experience of that time, for those in the succeeding generation, was listening to our parents who preferred to forget about them.

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.