No Pasarán "Fist" Half Zip Sweat Top
An embroidered version of our "No Pasaran" fist logo on a half-zip sweat top. "No Pasarán" is a Spanish phrase that means "They shall not pass" in English. It is a rallying cry that originated during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) and became a symbol of resistance against fascism and authoritarianism. The phrase was first used by the Republican forces during the Battle of Madrid in 1936, as they defended the city against an attack by General Francisco Franco's Nationalist forces. It was later adopted as a slogan by anti-fascist movements around the world, and has been used in various contexts to signify resistance against oppression and injustice. Today, "No Pasarán" is often used as a symbol of solidarity and resistance by activists, protesters, and social justice movements. It represents a commitment to standing up against oppressive forces and fighting for a more just and equitable society.