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Donald Trump’s Extremist Supporters Feel Like Winners Either Way

Donald Trump’s Extremist Supporters Feel Like Winners Either Way

Donald J. Trump, campaigning in Las Vegas on Oct. 30, “has shown that our message is healthy, normal and organic,” said Matthew M. Heimbach, a founder of a white nationalist group.
Reports of Bias-Based Attacks Tick Upward After Election

Reports of Bias-Based Attacks Tick Upward After Election

Graffiti on the Jefferson Davis Monument in Richmond, Va. Outbursts of vitriol have been widely reported this week.
Globalism: A Far-Right Conspiracy Theory Buoyed by Trump

Globalism: A Far-Right Conspiracy Theory Buoyed by Trump

A scene from President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign event in West Palm Beach, Fla., in October. The Anti-Defamation League criticized the speech for “evoking classic anti-Semitic themes.”
Globalism: A Far-Right Conspiracy Theory Buoyed by Trump

Globalism: A Far-Right Conspiracy Theory Buoyed by Trump

A scene from President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign event in West Palm Beach, Fla., in October. The Anti-Defamation League criticized the speech for “evoking classic anti-Semitic themes.”
Globalism: A Far-Right Conspiracy Theory Buoyed by Trump

Globalism: A Far-Right Conspiracy Theory Buoyed by Trump

A scene from President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign event in West Palm Beach, Fla., in October. The Anti-Defamation League criticized the speech for “evoking classic anti-Semitic themes.”
After Neo-Nazi Posting, Police in Whitefish, Mont., Step Up Patrols

After Neo-Nazi Posting, Police in Whitefish, Mont., Step Up Patrols

The white nationalist Richard Spencer in Whitefish, Mont., in June.

The AFC Guide to Inauguration Resistance Actions

I think I have more Facebook invitations to different demonstrations in and this Friday than I have friends. If you live within a hundred miles of either city, it's likely you already have
Hate Group Numbers in U.S. Rose for 2nd Year in a Row, Report Says

Hate Group Numbers in U.S. Rose for 2nd Year in a Row, Report Says

A fire on Jan. 28 destroyed the Islamic Center of Victoria in Victoria, Tex.

Friday Links: Texas Enema Performance Art Ends Up Messy

"My bartender was throwing up behind the bar… Plus, it was indecent exposure. They made performance art look bad.” - Mariana Lemesoff, owner of Houston venue Avant Garden on a performance by Sonic
Amazing Disgrace

Amazing Disgrace

Back in August 2015, when Donald Trump’s presidential ambitions were widely considered a joke, Russell Moore was worried. A prominent leader of the Southern Baptist Convention, the nation’s largest
Campuses Grapple With Balancing Free Speech and Security After Protests

Campuses Grapple With Balancing Free Speech and Security After Protests

Richard Spencer, the white nationalist leader and President of the National Policy Institute, in February. His appearance at Texas A&M University in December sparked protests there.
This Man Is Kicking White Supremacists’ Ass and Literally Taking Names

This Man Is Kicking White Supremacists’ Ass and Literally Taking Names

Haters gonna hate. It’s one of the most accepted aphorisms of all time, because hate is easy. Hate gets to conceal its identity under white sheets and pointed hoods as it lights crosses on lawns. Hate

White supremacist charged with murder of a black man may help redefine “terrorism”

When James Jackson allegedly stabbed Timothy Caughman to death in Manhattan in March, people across the country denounced the act as a hate crime and Jackson as a white supremacist. But the New York
Lawsuit Accuses Alt-Right Leader of ‘Terror Campaign’ Against a Jewish Woman

Lawsuit Accuses Alt-Right Leader of ‘Terror Campaign’ Against a Jewish Woman

Andrew Anglin, publisher of The Daily Stormer, in an image from a YouTube video.

A woman’s lawsuit against a neo-Nazi’s “troll storm” could change how to fight back against online harassment

Tanya Gersh says this is the sentence that upended her life: “Are y’all ready for an old-fashioned Troll Storm?” Gersh, a Jewish woman living in the small Montana town of Whitefish, had never heard of
Miss. Sued Over Unequal Education for Black Students

Miss. Sued Over Unequal Education for Black Students

Mississippi is being hit with a lawsuit—accused of violating the federal law that allowed the state to rejoin the Union after the Civil War—because of what the lawsuit charges is the unequal education

Noose left in black history museum just one of several racist incidents this week

Someone left a noose in the gallery on segregation in the Smithsonian’s African American Museum of History in Washington, D.C., Wednesday — one of several high-profile racially targeted incidents that

With Trump, militias stand ready

In the woods south of Atlanta, John and Yvette DeMaria are with about a dozen camouflage-wearing, heavily armed Americans huffing and puffing as they scramble to navigate the sprawling piece of

Politico: Has the SPLC lost its way?

"The organization has always tried to find ways to milk money out of the public..." The post Politico: Has the SPLC lost its way? appeared first on Hot Air.
A Tour of Ghosts, History and the South’s Civil Rights Past

A Tour of Ghosts, History and the South’s Civil Rights Past

Herbert Shannon of Hernando, Miss., poses for a photo on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala.