Rose City Antifa

Rose City Antifa (RCA) was founded in Portland, Oregon in October of 2007. RCA was formed after a coalition of local people and organizations formed the 'Ad-Hoc Coalition Against Racism and Fascism' in order to shut down a neo-Nazi skinhead festival called Hammerfest. RCA continues the work of that Ad-Hoc Coalition and countless others who have worked to oppose racial prejudice, bigotry and fascism in our communities in Portland, Oregon, and the Pacific Northwest more broadly.

Rose City Antifa opposes fascist organizing through direct action, education, and through solidarity with leftist spaces, activists, and organizations.

Direct Action is any work that prevents fascist organizing, and when that is not possible, provides consequences to fascist organizers. This is supported by researching and tracking fascist organizations.

Education helps us give our communities the information they need to recognize and oppose fascism. Fascists often hide their ideas and try to co-opt other movements, like environmentalism, anti-captialism, and anti-globalism. Sometimes they may even claim to be feminists. It is important that our community is able to see and understand what fascism is, what gives it power, and how to stop it.

Solidarity helps us model the kind of world we want to live in: a classless society, free from all forms of oppression. We ally ourselves with other groups that have similar values, and support them in their organizing. Through this solidarity, we hope to create radical spaces that can not only grow these movements, but also act as a viable alternative to those that seek community and may be preyed on by fasicsts who provide false solutions to problems of class and alienation in our society.

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Dropped! August 22nd Proud Boy Bodycam Footage

December 11, 2021

Brief Summary At the Proud Boys rally in Portland on August 22, 2021, Proud Boy chapter leader Randy Ireland from New York wore a body camera which recorded all of his interactions during the course of the event.

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