UPDATED LIST of Antifa Protest Locations

by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper

Here’s an updated list of Antifa protest locations from the Refuse Fascism website.  Several locations have changed from the original list I posted and more have been added. We can probably expect other events that are not listed on their site.

Antifa Protest Locations

Akron, November 4
4:00 pm

  • Gather in front of the Mitchell UFCW Building
  • 1655 West Market Str. & North Hawkins Ave.

Atlanta, November 4
6:00 pm

  • Euclid & Moreland Ave NE
  • Little 5 Points/Findley Plaza, Atlanta
  • Bring pots and pans, flashlights, glow sticks, lanterns, signs, banners, and everyone you know.  The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!
    Facebook Event

Austin, November 4
1:00 pm

Boston, November 4
4:00 pm

  • Due to permit negotiations, the November 4th demonstration “This Nightmare Must End” The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!” has been moved from Shoppers’ Plaza to the Parkman Bandstand in the Boston Commons.
  • Facebook event page

Chicago, November 4
1:00 pm

Cincinnati, November 4
1:00 pm

Cleveland, November 4
1:00 pm

Falmouth, MA, November 4
10:30 am

  • Move to Remove
  • Falmouth Town Green, Falmouth, MA

Honolulu, November 4
9:30 am

  • 9:30am: Gather at Ala Moana Park (across from Pi`ikoi St.)
  • 11:00 am: Rally at Thomas Square
  • Facebook event page

Indianapolis, November 4
12 pm

  • https://www.facebook.com/events/293412644508728/
  • 12-5 PM
  • Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center
  • 1202 E 38th St, Indianapolis, Indiana 46205

Los Angeles, November 4
1:00 pm

Miami, November 4
12:00 PM

Minneapolis, November 4
12:00 PM

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New York City, November 4
2:00 pm

Philadelphia, November 4
2:00 pm

Pittsfield, MA November 4
1:00 pm

Portland, Oregon November 4
2:00 pm

Salem, OR, November 4
3:00 pm

San Francisco, November 4
3:00 PM

Union Square, San Francisco
Facebook Event

Seattle, November 4
12:00 pm

  • Gather at Seattle City Hall Plaza, 4th Avenue & James Street
  • Facebook Event

Tucson, November 4
2:00 PM

Stay aware

As I find more information, I’ll continue to keep you updated. Sign up for my daily newsletter – when I know, you’ll know.

Most folks are hoping that these end up being peaceful events. But, considering some of the rhetoric on both sides (protesters and counterprotesters) it’s best to be prepared. This article talks about what to do if all hell breaks loose tomorrow, November 4th.

NOTE:

Threatening one another, calling names, and making ad hominem attacks is not productive. I strongly encourage civil debate and don’t expect everyone to hold hands and sing Kumbaya, but some folks take advantage of this policy.

Does your comment add to the conversation or is it simply a list of racial slurs, profanity, and insults? If so, they will be redacted. I hate having to do this, so kindly follow the advisement above and we’ll have no problem.

And lack of civility aside, there can be other ramifications. Certain ill-thought-out statements can catch the attention of the authorities and I have no interest in being subpoenaed.

 

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