By South London Anti-Fascists / @SouthLondonAF
We had a good response to our call-out for yesterday. Around 150 antifascists, including a lively sound system, came together from Elephant & Castle to confront fascists at Downing Street. It was a great pity that we had to overcome Unite Against Fascism’s police-organised caged pen to block the EDL […]
By South London Anti-Fascists Group / @SouthLondonAF
South London Anti-Fascists Group was formed in 2008 in the response to the British National Party getting elected to the Greater London Authority. We are refugees, migrants, trade unionists and anti-fascists from various traditions.
We are calling all South London based anti-fascists to help form community defence groups to stop […]
While leaving home from work with the UAF dispute sadly still ongoing, I got a text from a fellow South Londoner and a call from a UAF activist confirming that British National Party members were leafleting Surbiton Rail Station, in South West London/Surrey.
When I got there, they were two men distributing BNP leaflets, one about […]Read more →
From London Antifascists
This Saturday 25th February, we will be laying a wreath at theÂ International Brigades Memorial, Jubilee Gardens SE1 at 1pm to commemorate
our fallen comrade. We encourage all antifascists and radicals to join us.
Why I’m standing for Unite Against Fascism Assistant Secretary
As a dedicated anti-fascist and socialist, I’ve worked with many people to fight against hatred and ideologies that divides communities and can lead to genocide. In 2008, after the British National Party got elected to the Greater London Authority, Croydon Trade Union Council and Battersea & Wandsworth […]
The callout came late on Thursday night, I received a text message forwarded from a friend stating Steve Hedley from the RMT has called for a counter-demo to oppose the English Defence League in Barking.
UAF made a similar callout on Friday, I was surprised that staunch anti-fascists were apparently either caught unaware until short […]
Wednesday 25th January 2012, 7pm – 9pm
The Bread and Roses Pub, 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ
The Â My Tram Experience videoÂ stirred lots of debate about multiculturalism in London, and if London really was as racist as this woman.
Though a wannabe mini-Nick Griffin applauded that troubled woman’s rants, at TMP Towers, this video has won our award of best response to the racism:
Though many regard this tragic experience as a rarity, unfortunately […]Read more →
In the early hours of the morning of 7th May, as the results were coming in for the British General Election 2010. I appeared on Al Jazeera English News Channel to speak on two topics:
Proportional Representation and what it means for far-right parties like the British National Party
The Barking “Hodge vs Griffin” results from an […]
A personal friend of TMP, Cormac Hollingsworth, who is also a Labour candidate has been attacked by a British National Party supporter whilst campaigning in Bermondsey on Monday 3rd May.
Cormac Hollingsworth was leafleting an estate on Monday evening when he was punched three times in the face and kicked. Meanwhile the attacker kept up […]Read more →
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