The black protester who was caught on viral video hugging a squirming and uncomfortable neo-Nazi outside white supremacist dump truck Richard Spencer’s speech at the University of Florida in Gainesville on Thursday is acknowledging that he could just as easily have hit the guy (an act in which someone else had earlier…
When it rains it pours for neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell, and it looks like his crying won’t be done anytime soon now that he has to get comfy in jail.
Do you remember a story from a couple of weeks ago about a man who was stabbed by an unknown black guy?
A Phoenix woman was left shaken after her neighbor’s dog showed up on her doorstep with a swastika painted on its head.
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The University of Florida is the latest institution to tell white supremacists to take that shit elsewhere, denying a request by a group led by white nationalist Richard Spencer to rent space on campus for an event in September.
A Charlottesville, Va., judge has denied bail to James Alex Fields Jr., the alleged terrorist who is accused of running his vehicle into a crowd of anti-racism protesters on Saturday, killing one and injuring some 19 others.
A 20-year-old University of Nevada, Reno student who was caught on camera carrying torches alongside other white supremacists at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia is backpedaling furiously now that his identity has been exposed.
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Looks like white nationalist Richard Spencer will be hunting for a new gym after his regular Alexandria, Va., establishment pulled his membership after he was confronted by a Georgetown University professor who called him a neo-Nazi.
A North Carolina jury took 90 minutes to deliver a guilty verdict to a white supremacist accused of killing his former boss because he was gay. In April 2015, Kenneth Morgan Stancil III walked into Wayne County Community College’s print shop, where he worked; pointed a shotgun at his boss, Ron Lane; and murdered Lane…
Dylann Roof, who was convicted in December of killing nine black parishioners in Charleston, S.C.’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in 2015, has been wearing shoes adorned with racist symbols to court as recently as Monday, the Daily Beast reports.