At the International Worker’s and Immigrants Rights Day march in Minneapolis, “security” (protest marshals, aka peace police) was provided by a variety of leftist organizations. Among them, the Anti-War Committee. During the march, a man in a black bomber jacket that said “Polizei” on the back and was wearing a black “Make America Great Again” hat. He and a friend with long brown hair, glasses, and a brown jacket, were taking pictures of people in the march and taunting them.
Continue reading #Minneapolis: Anti-War Committee Protects Fascist Trump Supporter at #MayDay March
Stand for each other! Stop fascism and hate – All out on March 31st!
On Friday, March 31, 2017, at 5:30 PM, people from all over the Twin Cities and beyond will hold a public rally at the University of Minnesota’s Coffman Union plaza. We will demonstrate our support for all fighting against oppression, and our solidarity with all those who are attacked by the mounting fascist and right-wing wave of violence and oppression. We will have speakers, but also group discussions, and educational activities. This is a family-friendly event. All who want a better, more peaceful and just world, are invited to attend.
Continue reading #Minneapolis: All Out Against Fascism and Hate on March 31st!
On June 26th, 2016, hundreds gathered in Sacramento, CA to confront a planned rally by neo-nazi groups. The rally never happened, however the ensuing clashes resulted in six stabbed anti-fascists.
Continue reading #Minneapolis Fundraiser Movie Night: #Antifa Has 1000s of Dollars in Medical Bills Still to Pay!
The year 2016 was a tumultuous year for everyone. For anarchists living in the Twin Cities, it was a year marked with a number of successes as well as bitter defeats.
Continue reading #Minneapolis: Conflict in the Twin Cities 2016
On January 20th in downtown Minneapolis, a group broke away from the larger, passive demonstration called in protest Donald Trump’s inauguration. This breakaway action was not simply remarkable because it shot off fireworks or blocked the light-rail. Nor because dumpsters were moved into traffic or because paint was tossed at the juvie. These actions and others are welcome, and one can assume they produced great joy in those who carried them out. However, come morning, the paint will have been scrubbed off, traffic flowing as normal, and Donald Trump will begin his first full day as President of the United States.
Continue reading #DisruptJ20 #Minneapolis: Communique From A Breakaway