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Hatewatch Headlines 6/26/2017

Grants to combat white extremism get slashed; Whites find new ways to segregate schools; Alt-right rallies in D.C. draw tiny crowds; and more.

San Francisco Chronicle: Trump administration slashes grants for number of groups combating white extremism.

Think Progress: Anti-Semitism monitoring office will reportedly be abandoned in July.

Mother Jones: White people keep finding new ways to segregate schools in collection of towns.

Right Wing Watch: Pence tells Focus on the Family it has an ‘unwavering ally’ in Trump.

Raw Story: Alt-right’s competing ‘free speech’ rallies in D.C. draw less than 100 marchers combined.

BuzzFeed: Far-right activists are stealing tricks from YouTubers, and it’s going to get people hurt.

Huffington Post: Google search is doing irreparable harm to Muslims by spreading hate and falsehoods readily.

Salon: Islamophobia only helps our enemies – it does nothing to stop extremist violence.

Newsweek: How the fight over Confederate monuments is affecting Southern politics.

Miami New Times (FL): Hollywood police defend cop who took selfie hugging pro-Confederate street sign protesters.

Media Matters: Fringe media target new Minneapolis hate-crime hotline as imposing ‘Sharia’ and ‘fascism.’

Oregonian: Lake Oswego detective says he was tailed, called a racial slur by neighbor in tony suburb.

Victoria Advocate (Texas): Man accused of arson in mosque blaze is charged with a hate crime.

Texas Freedom Network: Steve Hotze’s ‘Conservative Republicans of Texas’ has become a cesspool of extremism and hate.

Washington Post: Six Nazi spies were executed in D.C. in 1942, and white supremacists gave them a memorial.

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