NEWS & ANALYSIS

Dwayne Dixon of Silver Valley Redneck Revolt spoke at the Harvard Carr Center for Human Rights Policy shortly after Charlottesville.

Dwayne Dixon faces trial over defending his community from the KKK.

In Durham, North Carolina on a hot August evening in 2017, a Confederate monument was toppled by community members in an act of collective courage. Days later, the KKK threatened to mobilize in retaliat...

This article previously ran in the Dose on an unknown date.

‘Our basic message is: guns are fine, but racism is not.’

On the surface, the bearded, tattooed men of Redneck Revolt seem like typical good ol’ boys: They love guns, pickup trucks and keeping the government out...

  • Boston MA, August 19th 2017: the week after Charlottesville: up to 50 white supremacists staging a “free speech” rally are met by some 40,000 counter-protesters and community members.

  • Richmond VA, September 7: The CSA II (Confederate States of America II) lead...

This article previously ran in Mountain Xpress.

ASHEVILLE — Chances are you’ve seen the pictures on TV, online or in the local paper — swarms of protesters, signs in hand, gathered in the public square or before a government building, mouths open in mid-scream at some b...

This article originally ran in The Real News.

A number of anti-racist groups are expected to show up Saturday in Murfreesboro and Shelbyville Tennessee to protest the “White Lives Matter” rally. The rally was organized by some of the same white supremacist groups who we...

Redneck Revolt stands solidly in solidarity with the Juggalo March. Their resistance aligns with our strongly held belief in the right to community self-determination and self-defense, as well as our opposition to the ongoing criminalization of the working class by a g...

The Redneck Revolt podcast is a vehicle for the folks who make up our community to be able to directly share news, interviews, reportbacks from our chapters around the country, gun tips, jokes, and original music from our members. Look out for a new podcast each month!

This article originally ran in the Durham Herald Sun.

DURHAM- As the alt-right becomes emboldened under Donald Trump’s presidency, one leftist group is not only bearing arms but training its growing membership to use them.

It’s called Redneck Revolt, and they have a meet...

One of the local groups that mobilized was the Phoenix John Brown Gun Club, a branch of the Redneck Revolt network, a nationwide formation dedicated to community defense against reactionary violence and counter-recruitment to oppose white supremacy.

The situation on the ground in Charlottesville, Virginia, is still developing and unstable, but a few of our Redneck Revolt members on the ground took some time to provide the following reportback. We will continue to share updates as they're available.

For those who ar...