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Hatewatch Headlines 7/11/17

Trump White House is packed with Islamophobes; the maker of Fred Perry shirts isn’t digging neo-Nazis and Proud Boys; an attempt to resurrect Pepe the Frog from its hijacked use by racists; and more. 

Associated Press: Where is neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin and why is he ducking legal papers?

New Haven Independent: “Run, Nazi, Run!” chanted by counterprotesters in Connecticut over the weekend in a clash with pro-Trump “Proud Boys.”

Washington Post: Company that makes Fred Perry polo shirts opposed to the beliefs of neo-Nazi skinheads and Proud Boys who use the apparel.

CNET: Artist wants to resurrect comic frog Pepe, who was hijacked by neo-Nazis, anti-Semites and the Alt-Right.

Georgetown University: Trump’s White House staffed by individuals who support discriminatory, prejudicial and hateful views of Muslims and Islam.

KETV-Omaha: Islamophobia may have motivated a man arrested for threatening to kill a U.S. senator.

New York Times: She became a widow after he became a hate crime victim.

The Intercept: Iris-recognition devices are being used to deter immigrants on the U.S.-Mexican border.

Media Matters: Fox News personality Tucker Carlson doesn't know meaning of “white nationalist.”

Philadelphia Inquirer: Nation’s richest private school forced a young man to watch “gay-conversion therapy” videos before prayer sessions.

Alter Net: Three people of color fatally shot by police in June in Washington State’s King County.

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