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Film Screening
Session 5: Sunday, June 3rd: 10:00 - 11:50am
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Two films about the rise of the fascist right will be screened, one a ten-minute short "The Battle for the Real", a film that shows how both activists and fascists have used media tools, while calling for an ethical use of platforms, and "Antifa", a 30-minute film about who Antifascists are and how they have fought the racists and misogynists that are taking advantage of the momentum given to them since the campaign and election of Donald Trump to the White House. The screenings will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Executive Director of the Philadelphia-based antifascist organization One People's Project, and feature antifascist activists who have been on the frontlines over the past two years.


Marisa Holmes is an activist and media maker based in New York City. Her work has appeared in PBS, Al Jazeera,, Waging Nonviolence, Truthout and the AK Press compilation We Are Many: Reflections on Movement Strategy. She is the producer and director of the feature film All Day All Week:... Read more
Rebecca Centeno is a Mexican-American award-winning documentary filmmaker. Her video work has been featured on Free Speech TV, The Washington Post, Last Real Indians, PAPERMAG, and Deep Dish TV. She is the co-founder of "Reels for Radicals", a screening series by Deep Dish TV and the... Read more
Sage has been an anarchist, anti-racist, and anti-fascist organizer and artist in NYC for the past two years. They work with BashBack, a network of queer activists, Red Bloom’s Solidarity Network, an anti-gentrification group based in Bed-Stuy, and NYC Shut it Down, a group which necessitates... Read more
Ash J. is a writer and journalist born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. When he's not driving out the hipster colonizers and their occupying army of cops, he's live-tweeting protests at @AshAgony! He has written for Mask Magazine Truthout, Waging Nonviolence and Injustice Today. Read more
Daryle Lamont Jenkins is the Founder and Executive Director of One People’s Project a Philadelphia-based anti-hate organization that monitors the activities of far right and racist groups around the world. Founded in 2000 after a White Supremacist rally in New Jersey, One People’s Project has... Read more