Anyone who says personal style isn’t political is fooling themselves—and anyone who’s ever been discriminated against because of their chosen hairstyle or non-gender-conforming style of dress knows this. From “message tees” to choosing to wear our natural hair to work (or on the red carpet), our appearance is our…
How is it that at the same time Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was in front of Congress giving testimony that said his company does “not allow hate groups” on its platform, white nationalist and king of the “alt-right” Richard Spencer managed to have not one, but two pages representing his hate ideology active on the…
Just when I thought we’d had enough of Richard Spencer and anything to do with his trash-ass hoard of hateful white people and we would leave him and the “alt-right” and Nazis behind in 2017, the Dallas Morning News decided to announce that he was a finalist for the prestigious paper’s “Texan of the Year” award.
James Fields, the man accused of plowing his car into a crowd of counterprotesters during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., will face a new charge of first-degree murder.
White women are sacred.
A white supremacist bigot brunch was canceled midway through on Sunday when the owners of a Montgomery County, Md., farm realized that “alt-right” agitator and unverified tweeter Richard Spencer was behind the event.
Well, wail, (fail) whale. A week after being put on blast for verifying the account of white nationalist Jason Kessler—the organizer of the tiki-torch white supremacist rally—Twitter has reversed its decision and removed the check mark from his account, along with that of Richard Spencer, and made several changes to…
Ohio State University is being targeted by a lawsuit after refusing to rent space on campus for white supremacist shitstain Richard Spencer to speak.
As white nationalist troglodyte Richard Spencer prepared to take the stage for his University of Florida speech Thursday, James Weldon Johnson’s “Lift Every Voice and Sing” (aka the black national anthem) rang throughout campus.
First, let us pray:
Three white nationalists from Texas who went to Gainesville, Fla., to hear their leader—Richard Spencer—speak at the University of Florida were arrested Thursday after one of them allegedly shot at protesters “with the intent to kill,” authorities say.
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…
White supremacist human dump truck Richard Spencer is moving forward with plans to speak at the University of Florida on Thursday, despite concerns that the event could turn violent.
Richard Spencer—a white nationalist who participated in the Charlottesville, Va., rally in August that led to deadly violence—is scheduled to give a speech at the University of Florida on Thursday, and in anticipation of the event, Florida Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency.
Eleven people are stepping up and suing several white nationalists from the deadly Charlottesville, Va., rally, alleging that because of the white supremacists’ threats and violence, they suffered emotional and physical trauma.
Like a cockroach that just won’t die, Richard Spencer and his white nationalist tiki-torch-bearing friends once again descended on Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday, the bicentennial of the University of Virginia.
The organizer of white supremacist Richard Spencer’s speaking tour has decided to file a lawsuit against Michigan State University, claiming that the university violated Spencer’s First Amendment rights by refusing to give him a space to
spread his hateful garbage speak on campus.
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.
It seems as if Texas A&M University has found a loophole around First Amendment issues, with officials announcing Monday that they have canceled a planned white supremacist rally meant to be hosted on campus, citing student safety.
It seems as if white supremacists haven’t done enough damage or wreaked enough havoc after the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., that left one person dead and multiple others injured. Now a Texas college town has to wonder if its home will be turned into the next racist stomping ground after a…