The 8th of September 2018 saw antifascists and hip-hop heads converge in Govanhill for the Anti-Fascist Hip Hop Night hosted by Interregnum, Edinburgh Anti-Fascist Action and McNeill’s pub.Read More Anti-Fascism and Hip Hop Come Together in Govanhill
On Saturday the 21st of July, a coalition of militant anti-fascists came together to oppose the Scottish Defence League in Glasgow. This is an account of the day’s events.Read More Report from a member of the ‘Edinburgh Antifa’ group on last Saturdays actions against the SDL in Glasgow.
The far right were again out in force in London, drawing around 3500 racists into Trafalgar Square. An equal force of Antifascists, including a group of committed members of Edinburgh Antifa opposed their vile hatred. The London police placed heavy restrictions on the movement of Tommy’s fan club, essentially enforcing a static demonstration. This fencing […]Read More Edinburgh Antifascist Action Statement on London ‘Free Tommy’ March
[This post is reproduced from the Edinburgh Antifascist Action facebook page; the post is dated 29th of March] Last night activists from Edinburgh Antifascist Action dropped banners on a bridge facing the Edinburgh Leonardo factory in solidarity with the Kurdish people under attack from Turkey. The banners read “Hands Off Afrin” and “Leonardos Kills!” While […]Read More Edinburgh Antifascist Action: Statement on Banner Drop in Solidarity with Afrin
[HAPPENING NOW: Anti-fascist demonstration in Piraeus in solidarity with the Free Social Space ‘Favela’. In the light of repeated attacks by the far-right directed at autonomous and anarchist social spaces in Greece, and in the spirit of international solidarity, we have translated the following statement from the Anarchosyndicalist Initiative Rocinante calling for solidarity to the […]Read More Statement of Solidarity to the Favela Squat attacked by Nazis in Greece on the the 25th of February. NO PLATFORM TO NAZIS!
On the night of 27th March 1943, the Amsterdam Fire Department received a telephone call from the Gestapo. The Public Records Office- a registry office that held the information of hundreds of thousands of Dutch citizens— and thus a useful resource for the Nazi occupiers hunting Jews and ‘degenerates’— was on fire. Firefighters sympathetic to […]Read More “Let it be known that homosexuals are not cowards”- the story of Willem Arondeus, queer antifascist