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Hatewatch Headlines 6/7/2017

Trump blocks funding for anti-extremism program; Gay men recruited into alt-right; Judge excoriates Lively’s anti-LGBT campaigns; and more.

Right Wing Watch: As hate crimes rise, the Trump administration blocks funding to fight domestic extremism.

Slate: How the alt-right is using sex and camp to attract gay men to fascist ideology.

Media Matters: Chorus of conservative media calls for internment of Muslims in wake of London attacks.

The Conversation: Why taking down Confederate memorials is only the first essential step.

The Daily Beast: Scott Lively celebrates after federal judge excoriates his ‘crackpot bigotry’ while dismissing suit.

Associated Press: Fear of deportation under the Trump regime drives people off food stamps in the U.S.

Patheos: Prominent Baptist pastor from Illinois defends slavery as beneficial and biblical.

Think Progress: Breitbart pretends to oppose racism by firing writer who posted string of bigoted tweets.

Huffington Post: Portland clashes between far right and antifascists are emblematic of a wider problem in U.S. protests.

Mother Jones: A new wave of left-wing militants is ready to rumble against the alt-right in Portland, and beyond.

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