UT students and workers, let's stand up against fascism on Inauguration Day! On January 20th at noon, we're going to skip classes and work, demonstrate in front of the UT Tower, and march around Austin. We don't love Trump's hate, we want to smash it! Come angry, and cover your face in case any fascists … Continue reading Rise Up Against Fascism on Inauguration Day!
In our December 8 summation of the anti-fascist action at A&M, we included some statements about FRSO-FB that were incorrect, reckless, and opportunistic. In the final paragraph of the statement, we erroneously claimed that a FRSO-FB member was a known rapist and the organization was silencing survivors, without investigating these very serious allegations sufficiently. In … Continue reading Self-Criticism on the RSF Statement Regarding Freedom Road Socialist Organization [Fight Back!] (FRSO-FB)
When the Revolutionary Student Front heard that neo-Nazi Richard Spencer would be speaking at Texas A&M University on December 6, we immediately began planning to shut him down, reaching out to anti-fascists and organizing a carpool to College Station. Widely known for his “Heil Trump!” salute, Richard Spencer is trying to make fascism mainstream as … Continue reading Statement on the Anti-Fascist Action at A&M
On Thursday, November 17, the Revolutionary Student Front organized a march around the University of Texas campus to demand that the University of Texas Police Department drop all the unjust charges against the UT Antifa 3. The UT Antifa 3 are community members who were wrongfully arrested and charged with felony vandalism for allegedly painting … Continue reading March to Defend the UT Antifa 3
As you are all aware, on November 8th, 2016, Donald Trump, the far-right’s ideal candidate, was elected President of the United States of AmeriKKKa. For four years, this bumbling right-wing populist will have the ability to empower a fascist movement that is gaining momentum at an alarming rate. The power of the far-right, both in … Continue reading 11/9 Anti-Trump Protest
On Wednesday, October 26, the Young Conservatives of Texas hosted an "Affirmative Action Bake Sale", where store-bought cookies were being sold at various prices in relation to the race and gender of the people who wished to buy them. Asian-American and white students were charged the highest prices, while black and Native people were given … Continue reading Direct Action Gets the Baked Goods!
On Wednesday, October 26, 2016, the University of Texas Police Department arrested three Austin anti-fascists after a group of anti-fascist students cleaned up racist graffiti outside of the Blanton Museum of Art. The Celtic cross, a widely known white supremacist symbol, had been painted on a column outside the museum in early February, and was … Continue reading Official Statement on the UT Antifa 3