Hatewatch Headlines 4/12/2017

It’s white Americans’ job to combat hate; Spicer apologizes for Hitler gaffe; Federal judge strikes down Texas’ discriminatory voter-ID law; and more.

Huffington Post: It’s white Americans’ job to combat white supremacism.

New York Times Magazine: I thought I understood the American Right, but Trump proved me wrong.

Washington Post: Press Secretary Sean Spicer apologizes after being sharply criticized for saying Hitler didn’t use chemicals.

Mother Jones: Federal judge finds that Texas law intentionally discriminated against minority voters.

Think Progress: Jeff Sessions’ prepared text on border referred to immigrants as ‘filth,’ but didn’t make it into speech.

NBC News: Charleston shooter Dylann Roof gets nine life sentences at end of state trial.

The Post and Courier (Charleston, SC): Infighting breaks out among Sons of Confederate Veterans over secessionists’ flagging.

Orange County Register (CA): Ku Klux Klan leader convicted of 2015 attack on homeless man.

Oregonian: Controversial far-right speaker prompts protest at Lewis & Clark College.

Seattle Times: Suburban Auburn man charged with hate crime for threatening Latina neighbor with a knife.

Media Matters: Chicago Urban League calls on iHeart Radio to break its silence on racist radio host.

BuzzFeed: Disgraced journalist pleads guilty to cyberstalking in connection with Jewish bomb threats.

KFMX-FM (Lubbock, TX): White-supremacist hate graffiti found on Democratic Party headquarters office.

Raw Story: Anti-LGBT pastor who cheered Orlando nightclub massacre found guilty of child molestation.

Right Wing Watch: Larry Klayman calls for extra security for Neil Gorsuch since Antonin Scalia ‘was deceased in a very mysterious way.’