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Anti-Fascist Action: Quiz


Question 1: In 1991, AFA held a Unity Carnival in East London, with 10,000 participants, and a demonstration in ________, with 4,000 participants (under the slogan “Beating the Fascists: An old East End tradition”).
StepneyBethnal GreenPoplar, LondonWhitechapel

Question 2: The militant groups relaunched AFA that year, with the affiliates Direct Action Movement and Workers' Power, as well as several ________.
SlaveryHuman rightsTrade unionUniversal suffrage

Question 3: AFA was launched in ________ in 1985 by members of Red Action and the Direct Action Movement.

Question 4: In 1988, AFA formed a musical arm, Cable Street Beat, on similar principles to the Anti-Nazi League’s ________.
Rock Against RacismThe ClashJoe StrummerBritish National Party

Question 5: There were some local relaunches of AFA groups, such as in ________ in 2000.

Question 6: AFA had what they called a "twin-track" strategy: physical confrontation of fascists on the streets and ideological struggle against fascism in ________ communities.
Social classUpper classMiddle classWorking class

Question 7: Anti-Fascist Action (AFA) was a militant anti-fascist organization founded by members of Red Action and other left-wing groups in the ________ in 1985.
EnglandWalesUnited KingdomCanada

Question 8: In 1989, there was a split in AFA between militant anti-fascists and members whose views were closer to ________.
Axis powersNeo-NazismAnti-fascismFascism and ideology

Question 9: It was partly a reaction to the perceived inadequacies of the original ________ (ANL), which at the time had wound up its operations.
Anti-fascismAnti-Fascist ActionAnti-Nazi LeagueBritish National Party

Question 10: Thousands of people took part in AFA mobilisations such as the ________ demonstrations in 1986 and 1987, and a mobilisation against Blood and Honour in May 1987.
Remembrance DayLondonCanadaUnited Kingdom


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