15: ANTI FASCISM

TUESDAY 16 APRIL 6PM-8PM

Keynes Library, Birkbeck School of Arts
43 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD

ACTIVISTS

Adam Lawrence, Plan C London
Plan C is an anti-authoritarian communist and anti-fascist organisation, with a number of local groups spread across the UK. www.weareplanc.org .  Adam is one of the hosts of 12 Rules for What, a new podcast about the far right .

Brighton Antifascists /Antifascist Network
Brighton Antifascists is an active antifascist group in existence since 2010. We are willing to confront any fascist/racist activities in our area, by encouraging mass direct action amongst other methods. We try to organise as a non-hierarchical group. BAF is part of the nationwide Antifascist Network, which works to encourage militant resistance to fascists and racists wherever they rear their unwelcome heads.

facebook.com/brightonantifascists
facebook.com/antifascistnetwork


HISTORIANS  

Professor Nigel Copsey is a specialist in fascism and anti-fascism. His first monograph, Anti-Fascism in Britain (2000), examined the history of anti-fascism in Britain from the 1920s to the present day. A second revised and expanded edition of this book was published by Routledge in 2017.

Jessica Thorne is a PhD student at Royal Holloway, researching transnational anarchist resistance to Franco’s Spain 1960-1975. She has written for History Workshop Online and is a contributor to Notes from Below.

Podcast – The Left in Government

Listen to activists and historians come together to discuss the past and future of the Left in government, in the latest episode of the History Workshop Podcast.

Recorded on Tuesday 16 January 2018, the podcast features:

Beth Foster-Ogg, Labour activist and Momentum Training Organiser.

Michael Walker, contributor to Novara Media and Labour activist.

John Callaghan, Professor of Politics & Contemporary History at the University of Salford.

Charlotte Riley, Lecturer in Twentieth-Century British History at the University of Southampton.

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