The Hatewatch blog is managed by the staff of the Intelligence Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, an Alabama-based civil rights organization.
The Confederate Knights of the Ku Klux Klan sent a letter to Mayor Louis Barletta offering “100 percent” support of the Barletta- backed Illegal Immigration Relief Act.
Members of the Minuteman Project and Save Our State held a counter-demonstration on the one-year anniversary of a massive pro-immigrant march through downtown Los Angeles.
San Diego Legal Observer Coalition activist Joanne Yoon filed a $1 million lawsuit against San Diego Minutemen founder Jeff Schwilk for repeatedly describing Yoon in racist and vulgar terms in online postings.
Police searched the home of Jeff Schwilk for evidence linking Schwilk to vandalism attacks at migrant worker camps.
A judge rejected Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist’s request to be immediately reinstated as president of the group and ruled that the board members who fired Gilchrist cannot spend donations pending a civil trial.
A controversial new initiative by an Arizona doctor would actually predict, like a weather report, the likelihood of a death among immigrants illegally crossing the border from Mexico when the desert heat hits this spring.
Arkansas’ U.S. senators are the targets of a blistering radio advertising campaign that started Monday and is funded by an illegal immigration foe from Fort Smith.
Hate groups are resurging nationwide by feeding on anti-immigration sentiment, an undercover detective and Anti-Defamation League leaders told state lawmakers Tuesday.
The Minuteman Project, one of the country’s largest, richest and most influential nativist extremist groups, is in a state of crisis.
Ideals clashed when the anti-immigration group known as the Minutemen and pro-immigration groups staged simultaneous protests outside the residence of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Saturday.