Hatewatch Headlines 4/11/2017

How the digital age has helped the rise of hate; ADF linked to bathroom bills around U.S.; Hateful memes attacking Kushner flood social media; and more.

Uproxx: The rise of hate in the digital age.

NBC News: Anti-LGBT hate group Alliance Defending Freedom linked to anti-transgender bathroom bills across the nation.

Media Matters: New reporting exposes ADF’s activities in suing Pennsylvania school district.

ADL.org: Hateful memes and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories directed at Jared Kushner explode on social media.

Washington Post: The coded language of the alt-right is helping to power its rise.

Detroit News: John Tanton, the man who fueled the anti-immigration movement, is now largely forgotten.

BuzzFeed: Alt-right and white-nationalist protesters lead tense march against Trump’s Syria airstrikes.

Dazed: Richard Spencer gets punched and glitter-bombed at alt-right protest.

Mother Jones: There’s racist, and then there’s racist, and then there’s this fundraising email for David Clarke.

Review-Journal (Las Vegas): Prosecutors request start date of June 5 for second Bundy Ranch standoff trial.

Think Progress: Minnesota Republicans accuse female legislator of racism because she called out white men.

OC Weekly (CA): Orange County KKK leader William Ernest Hagen reported in trouble with the law again.

Charlotte Observer (NC): Black man arrested, charged with hate crime in arson, vandalism at immigrant-owned shop.

News-Review (Roseburg, OR): State police search for suspect in shooting with ‘white pride’ tattoos.

Raw Story: Alt-right troll blamed for sparking chaos at Jacksonville anti-Trump war protest.

Bakersfield.com: Oildale man sentenced to 15 years in hate-crime conviction for threatening Latino family.

Snopes: No, Black Lives Matter protests in Ferguson were not underwritten by Russia’s Putin administration.