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Fighting Fascist Spain: The Exhibits (FFSTE)

Recovering, Preserving, and Making Available

Worker Antifascist Culture in U.S. Hispanic Periodicals

The multi-media, public-facing interpretative exhibits recover workers’ antifascist visual culture and articulate how worker antifascism is honored by anti-elitist, anti-capitalist, and anti-patriarchal perspectives. Artifacts refer to print culture, graphic art, communities, and the stage. These exhibits focus on the Sociedades Hispanas Confederadas, their periodicals, and support networks.


FFSTE support antifascist researchers, descendants, and the general interested public in their efforts to find information on victims and survivors of fascism and to express historical justice by amplifying victims' and antifascists' cultural genres and political perspectives. Ultimately, FFSTE disseminates antifascist culture and history to avoid the spread of fascism.

This site is for educational and research purposes only **FAIR USE** Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Funded by: 2020 Grants-in-aid of the US Latino Digital Humanities (USLDH) program, 2021 FAST SHSU Award, and 2022 Pilot SHSU grant.

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