If fascists show up to school board and city council meetings under the pretext of protesting mask mandates, anti-fascists need to talk to the following groups: rank & file teachers, educational/teachers' unions, parents, and students. Neighbors who are affected — hearing them and getting to know them. Building relationships. Speak to these people, so they know who we are and what we stand for. Talk about anti-fascist politics. Don't just gear up for a confrontation. https://itsgoingdown.org/paul-obanion-on-the-changing-terrain-of-the-far-right-antifascism-and-community-self-defense/
I can't fit the rest of my notes into one more toot, so I'll just link to a blog: https://chi.st/dyscommunication/these-are-the-rest-of-my-notes-from-the-anti-fascist-interview
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