White Supremacy

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Failed White Supremacist Rally Actually Unites Anti-Racist Activists

With just two dozen supporters on the ground in Washington, D.C.—and thousands of counter-protesters in the streets—the Unite the Right 2 rally was basically over before it began.

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Was It Racist for Facebook to Take Down a Page Opposing the 'Unite the Right 2' March?

Facebook says it took down the “Say No to Unite the Right 2-DC” event page because of its ties to a Russian troll farm. Black Lives Matter DC activist April Goggans calls b.s. 

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Will Independent Trumpists Ride Again?

Plagued by infighting and cancelled gigs, the alt-right has been quiet lately. But as we approach the first anniversary of the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, some groups are back in the streets.

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Activists Demand Amazon Stop Selling White Supremacist Merchandise

The actions come on the heels of a report released this month that says the Seattle-based company’s “inadequate and poorly enforced policies” have made the sale of these items on its website possible.

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Spike Lee on 'BlacKkKlansman': It's Not 'Just a History Lesson'

The director talked to The New York Times about the contemporary relevance of his film, which follows a Black cop who infiltrated a Ku Klux Klan chapter in the 1970s.

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LISTEN: Why Does the Media Have So Much Trouble Covering Racists?

Dr. Ibram X. Kendi on “Face the Racist Nation”: “When you make it about ignorance, you’re also making it about individual people and you’re not making it about power and policy and structures and systems.”

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The New Normal: White Supremacists Remove Their Hoods

Have we hit rock bottom yet?

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Counter-Protest Overshadows 'White Lives Matter' Rally, Forces Cancellation

White hate group members and supporters met significant opposition from anti-racist demonstrators at “White Lives Matter” gathering in Tennessee.

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Troops Say White Nationalism is Greater Threat to Nation Than ISIS Conflicts

And nearly half of troops of color surveyed said White nationalism is thriving in the nation’s military.

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White Supremacists Charged With Attempted Homicide for Shooting at Richard Spencer Protesters

Gainesville, Florida police say the three men first harrassed people at the University of Florida speech before firing a shot at them. 

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Florida Declares State of Emergency Ahead of White Nationalist Event

National Policy Institute leader Richard Spencer is scheduled to give a speech at the University of Florida.

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City of Charlottesville and Activists Sue White Supremacist Leaders

The new filings accuse Richard Spencer, Christopher Cantwell and a variety of other White supremacist leaders of physical and emotional harm due to their roles in August’s deadly “Unite the Right” march in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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After Being Beaten By White Supremacists in Charlottesville, DeAndre Harris Charged With Felony

It’s virtually the same charge that was handed out to the men who beat him in an instantly-viral video.

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Sources Say ESPN Nearly Kept Jemele Hill Off the Air Following Trump Comments

The White House encouraged the network to fire the “SportsCenter” co-host after she tweeted that President Donald Trump is a White supremacist.

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Charlottesville Activists Head to D.C. for 'The March to Confront White Supremacy'

Meanwhile, two violent racists have been arrested for their videotaped actions in Charlotte.

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The Dos and Dont's of Talking to Kids of Color About White Supremacy

A primer for talking to children about racism—and systems that perpetuate it—in the aftermath of the violence in Charlottesville.

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WATCH: Takiyah Thompson Explains Why She Helped Topple the Confederate Statue in Durham

“Anything that gives those people pride needs to be crushed in the same way that they want to crush Black people and the other groups that they target.”

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ICYMI: This Special Dives Deep Inside 'Unite the Right's' White Nationalist Horror

Vice News’ “Charlottesville: Race and Terror” follows reporter Elle Reeve as she embeds with White nationalist leaders like Christopher Cantwell and Robert Ray.

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READ: Asian-American Activists Issue Call to Resist White Supremacist Violence, Complicity in Open Letter

“It falls on all of us to resist White supremacy, including efforts to be co-opted by White supremacists who do not and have never had our communities’ interests at heart.”