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No Fascist USA!: The John Brown Anti-Klan Committee and Lessons for Today’s Movements (City Lights Open Media)

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"No Fascist USA!: The John Brown Anti-Klan Committee and Lessons for Today’s Movements" offers a gripping exploration into the mobilization against the Ku Klux Klan and other fascist groups during the 1980s. Published on January 28, 2020, this book delves into the formation and influence of the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee, a pivotal force in the fight for racial justice and immigrant rights. Through original research and firsthand interviews, authors Hilary Moore and James Tracy illuminate how this grassroots network courageously tackled white supremacy—both overt and covert—in various spheres including politics, the punk music scene, and beyond. A beacon for adult education, this narrative not only recounts past struggles but also enriches our understanding of current anti-racist and anti-fascist movements. With its profound analysis and engaging storytelling, "No Fascist USA!" is essential for anyone committed to understanding the dynamics of social justice and the enduring fight against oppression.
Published by City Lights Publishers on January 28, 2020
256 pages
ISBN: 9780872867963
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