The Three Arrows symbol was first used as a symbol of the resistance against Nazism in 1932, representing opposition against monarchism, nazism, and authoritarian communism. Today, the Three Arrows symbol is popularly used within the Antifa movement in the United States, along with flags based on the symbol of Antifa in Germany. Anarchists and anti-fascists frequently use the symbol, usually against authoritarianism, fascism, and authoritarian socialism.
The term "Redskin" is an abbreviation of "Red Skinhead", it is used by anti-fascist skinheads to differentiate themselves from racist boneheads and non-political skinheads. Before being a movement associated to skinheads, punks, and the alternative scene, the term redskin referred to the British soul-rock group The Redskins (1979-1986), several of whom belonged to the Socialist Workers Party. Redskins are often associated with communism, but many anarchists and anarcho-communists identify themselves as Redskins. The Redskins are a branch of the revolutionary left as well as an activist branch of the skinhead movement. This movement was born in radical opposition to the violence of … Read more
The Red And Anarchist Skinheads (RASH) is a global movement of communist and/or anarchist skinheads who fight against fascism, racism, and capitalism. Far-left skinheads value anarchism, libertarian communism, anti-nationalism, anti-patriotism, anti-fascism, anti-racism, and alter-mondialism, in many ways ranging from street action to armed struggle and direct action