Solidarity From #Hameln, #Germany to #Charlottesville

On Friday August 18, activists from Hameln, Germany did an action to commemorate Heather Heyer and show solidarity to all antifascists.


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Solidarity From Hameln, Germany to Charlottesville

On Friday, August 18 2017, some antifascists gathered in the evening hours at the free space Hameln to send a signal to commemorate Heather Heyer, who was murdered by a neo-nazi in Charlottesville. Our solidarity also goes to the many people who were injured during the neo-nazi attack and the friends and relatives of Heather Heyer. We will continue their fight against the growing fascism and neither will forgive, nor forget.

We added the design of our banner to this statement. It can be used as a template. Maybe somebody can use it to bring the commemoration of Heather Heyer in more cities and villages.

Never forgive, never forget!

All the best and strength to the injured! Such as their friends an families and those of Heather!

Rest in Power Heather Heyer!

Some antifa’s from the province, August 18, 2017.


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