Republican U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes of California is catching heat for posing in a photo with a far right activist throwing up what many anti-racism groups consider a white power symbol, The Fresno Bee reports.
Massive generalizations are usually the work of a lazy mind or someone with an ax to grind: all cops are white nationalists, all politicians are corrupt, all media is biased, etc. etc. We know all of these things aren’t true, at least not all of the time.
First, there were the tiki torch marches by white nationalists in Charlottesville, Va.; then there was the Roy Moore, Sean Hannity-inspired coffee smashing protest, and now there is the “cut the Nike symbol off socks you already own” protest of 2018.
Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum said a racist robocall mocking him by featuring a man speaking in a stereotypical black dialect and jungle noises in the background was “deeply regrettable,” CNN reports.
When the Patriot Prayer group and the Proud Boys—two groups identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as hate groups with white nationalist leanings—decided to rally in Portland, Ore., on Aug. 4, counter-protesters made plans to have a presence there as well.
Police have charged at least six alleged white nationalists who assaulted a black man in a bar outside of Pittsburgh, Penn., with ethnic intimidation after they jumped the man in a back room.
America tried everything to keep the migrants out. Men and women were arrested at the border. Children were separated from parents. People got thrown in jail for violating random rules that nobody knew or understood. Kids went missing and the white nationalist president blamed his political opponents and the victims…
When a white supremacist group planned a gathering that was supposed to surpass Charlottesville, Va.’s Unite the Right rally, the community prepared for the worst. Hundreds of police officers arrived in a small Georgia town outside Atlanta to keep the peace. Counterprotesters came out en masse to condemn the hate…
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…
On Wednesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) announced that he would not be seeking re-election and would retire at the end of his term in 2019. This has huge national implications, of course: The GOP will have lost a major fundraiser and party leader, Republicans and Democrats see Ryan’s announcement as another…
Nearly a month after HuffPost first outed Florida middle school teacher Dayanna Volitich as the host of a white supremacist podcast, Unapologetic, Volitich has submitted her resignation.
If you live in Tennessee, you should be paying attention to what some of the lawmakers in your state are doing. Even if you don’t live in Tennessee, this is an important story to pay attention to. On Wednesday, legislators declined to pass a resolution that would denounce white nationalism and neo-Nazis in that state.
One of America’s most powerful and prominent white supremacist organizations appears to have disbanded after an incident that included a Walmart police surrender, a Nazi being choked to sleep in a trailer park and a white supremacist love triangle reminiscent of a special two-part episode of Cheaters.
Just hours after Stacey Dash formally announced that she would run for Congress, the actress, former Fox News pundit and current Miss Sunken Place pageant queen made it clear that she’s “not here to judge” neo-Nazis.
Women’s groups around the country are gathering again this weekend to recognize the anniversary of the Women’s March, a nationwide mass protest that became the largest demonstration in U.S. history.
Today in “Ahahaha, that’s what the fuck you get” news, the Nazi sympathizer who was profiled by the New York Times in an attempt to humanize him and his racist ideology says he has lost his job in the ensuing backlash from the article and could soon lose his home.
Updated Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, 3:13 p.m. EST: Both Twitter Support and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey have responded to the controversy surrounding Jason Kessler’s account being verified by Twitter.
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.
Organizers from several white nationalist groups have applied for permits to host a “White Lives Matter” event on the Rutherford County Courthouse lawn on Oct. 28 in Murfreesboro, Tenn.