Filed under: Anti-fascist, Event, Southeast
People are mobilizing in Georgia to confront the National Socialist Movement (NSM), one of the violent neo-Nazi groups which attended Unite the Right in Charlottesville, and for decades has been open about their worship of Adolf Hitler.
The National Socialist Movement, a neo-Nazi organization, is having its national meeting in Georgia on April 20-21. While most of the meeting will be in Temple, Georgia (almost certainly at Patrick Lanzo’s Georgia Peach Oyster Bar), the Nazis are also having a public rally in Newnan, Georgia on the afternoon of Saturday, April 21. (Newnan is part of the Metro Atlanta area and is approximately 45 minutes southwest from Atlanta.) The Nazis are expecting 50-100 people to attend their rally at the Greenville Street Park in Newnan.
Neo-Nazis often believe that smaller cities (such as Newnan) will be more receptive to their racist message, and that they can come in and recruit. Let’s show the Nazis that they’re wrong and that they are not welcome!
Gather in downtown Newnan, 2PM, April 21st. Follow Atlanta Antifascists’ social media and the #nonazinewnan hashtag for updates.
Please spread the word! Print and distribute posters (download here) and half-sheet flyers (download here)!
If your organization wishes to endorse this mobilization, get in contact and we will add you to the list of endorsers.
- Atlanta Antifascists
- Atlanta General Defense Committee
- Atlanta Industrial Workers of the World