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Turning to his wife and family, Maryland Ku Klux Klan leader Richard Wilson Preston touched his heart and mouthed “I love you.”
Another Trump administration official has been consorting with a white nationalist.
Colton Gene Fears has reached a plea deal with Florida prosecutors on the charges of accessory to attempted murder for his role in a shooting that followed a speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer last year.
Court allows claims to move forward against private prison company that profits from forced labor of detained immigrants
A federal court has ruled that a private prison company can be held liable for forcing detained immigrants to work for as little as $1 a day to clean, cook, and maintain an immigration prison it operates in Georgia.
Protesters tear down ‘Silent Sam’ on UNC campus; ADF’s record of hate speaks for itself; ‘Fox & Friends’ sanitizes antigovernment extremists; and more.
Following SPLC lawsuit, court strikes misleading Fla. ballot measure that would have eliminated local control of some new public schools
A Florida judge ordered today that a proposed state constitutional amendment that would have eliminated local school boards’ duty to regulate some new public schools – including charter schools – be removed from the ballot.
The far-right group Patriot Prayer, embraced by Proud Boys and a Washington III% militia group, held a noisy, mostly violence-free “Liberty or Death” rally in Seattle over the weekend.
Trump speechwriter fired after hanging out with white nationalists; the secret fight to save Confederate monuments; the University of Michigan blocks access to papers from an anti-immigrant leader, and more.
To look at the pitiful showing of Jason Kessler’s Unite the Right 2 outing last weekend, the casual observer might wonder if the racist “alt-right” was routed. But to mistake Kessler as a one-man bellwether for the strength of white supremacist ideas is to misapprehend — and underestimate — the movement to which he belongs.
“Half-baked maggot.” “If he wants to be a female, make him a female. A good sharp knife will do the job really quick.”
“Episcopal Sodomy: Communist Homosexual Infiltrators” — that headline blared across the homepage of ChurchMilitant.com on July 31.
Portland police chief boasts of aggressive tactics; ‘QAnon’ posts made promoters a bundle; Twitter’s dealing with Alex Jones don’t add up; and more.
A self-described “tough guy” and neo-Nazi leader has found out the legal system is a little bit tougher.
The California chapter of anti-LGBT hate group MassResistance was formed in May 2016 by longtime anti-immigrant and nativist activist Arthur Schaper. Now it’s added a white nationalist to its ranks.
Antifa/alt-right equivalencies plague media reports; Infowars website goes dark; Kobach now Kansas GOP’s nominee for governor; and more.
Racist “alt-right” former golden boy Richard Spencer is continuing to unravel.
Jones tells followers to ready ‘battle rifles’; Neo-Nazis still raising funds via tech firms; White supremacist movement is in disarray; and more.
The following is a list of activities and events of anti-immigrant organizations and individuals. Organizations listed as anti-immigrant hate groups are designated with an asterisk.
Cesar Ardon was a welder for 15 years before he had surgery last year to remove a baseball-sized tumor over his right ribs.
The futile quest to quantify the alt-right; Tucker claims white supremacy’s not a crisis; John Legend takes on unjust Louisiana court rules; and more.