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Hatewatch Headlines 3/28/2017

Google funds Jones’ harassment with YouTube channel; Spicer declines to condemn racist murder; Anti-trans lawyer to head up HHS civil-rights office; and more.

Media Matters: Google is funding Alex Jones’ campaign of harassment and hate on YouTube.

Think Progress: White House refuses to condemn white-supremacist murder because Spicer ‘didn’t know all the details.’

Raw Story: 11 thing corporate media won’t tell you about Timothy Caughman, the unarmed black man stabbed by a supremacist.

ProPublica: Heritage Foundation alum critical of transgender rights named to lead HHS Civil Rights office.

Right Wing Watch: Pat Buchanan claims Obama is trying to ‘bring down’ Trump through a ‘deep state conspiracy.’

USA Today: The ‘Breitbart Embassy’ in D.C. forced out of the shadows with rise of Stephen Bannon.

Politico: Breitbart’s bid for a congressional press credential gets sidelined.

Kentucky News 24: Trump administration helping sales of bunkers go through the roof.

CNN: Bible and rocks thrown through doors of Colorado mosque.

Charlotte Observer (NC): ‘I’m not going to sit here and let him shoot me,’ Muslim mom recalls of terrifying encounter.

Wired: Meet Daryle Lamont Jenkins, insatiable doxxer of fascists and Nazis.

Huffington Post: Arkansas replaces voter ID law struck down by Supreme Court with basically the same thing.

Buffalo News (NY): Cuomo calls for state investigation of white-supremacist flyers spread around Lewiston.

Chicago Maroon: Man arrested for racist, anti-Semitic flyers is also responsible for unwanted posters in December, police say.

Press-Enterprise (Riverside, CA): Man under investigation for hate crime after setting fire, yelling racial insults at neighbor.

Salon: North Carolina’s anti-LGBT ‘bathroom law’ cost the state $3.76 billion in lost business over 12 years.

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