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Zine: Central Texas’ Least Wanted (Fascism & Antifascism in Austin)

Armed fascists march through downtown Austin, Texas in response to a May Day march. May 1, 2017. (Oh Shit! What Now? public domain image)

Title: “Central Texas’ Least Wanted”

By: Oh Shit! What Now? Collective & friends (see table of contents)

Download here: Central-Texas-Least-Wanted.pdf (Right-click, save link as …)

First published: July 1, 2017

Description: Created in response to a groundswell of activity by local neo-nazis, “Threeper” militias, white nationalists and other fascist groups, “Central Texas’ Least Wanted” aims to educate the Austin public about the dangers these people pose, particularly to marginalized groups like LGBTQIA+ individuals and people of color. Especially since the election of Pres. Donald Trump, Texas fascists are increasingly emboldened to act in public and frequently target community organizing and activist groups for threats and even violence. In addition to information about specific fascists known to be active in the Austin area, this zine includes a brief introduction to fascism and antifascism (antifa), a timeline of recent fascist activity, and some simple tips on forming affinity groups to respond to fascists in your neighborhood.

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Central Texas Least Wanted

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