Hatewatch Headlines 9/14/2017

When hate speech turns deadly; White identity politics must be confronted; Identity Evropa targets college campuses around the nation; and more.

Delaware Online: When online hate speech stops being a joke and turns deadly.

The Nation: Progressives cannot move forward without confronting white identity politics and its threat of terrorism.

The Root: Meet the white nationalist fraternity coming to a college campus near you.

Politico: Congress is putting a bipartisan squeeze on Donald Trump to formally condemn white supremacist groups.

Salon: Karen Budd-Falen, the Bundy family’s lawyer, may be Trump’s pick to manage federal lands.

Raw Story: Why is Roger Stone campaigning to convince Trump to pardon the Bundys?

Talking Points Memo: Twitter account of Trump’s pick for FEC spot goes dark after users spot anti-Protestant links.

Splinter: DACA student in Kentucky says she’s become target of hate campaign by Trump-supporting classmate.

Reveal News: In chat rooms, Unite the Right organizers planned ways to obscure their racism.

Fox News: Berkeley police approved to use pepper spray for crowd control at Ben Shapiro appearance.

Rewire: Congress to consider legislation pushed by a number of anti-immigrant hate groups.

Think Progress: New data reveal thousands of cops have been arrested for assault and corruption.

Seattle Times (WA): Hate crimes, bias incidents on the increase in Seattle during past year, police report.

Colorado Times Recorder: Colorado lawmaker joins hate group in demonizing transgender people.

KSNT-TV (Topeka, KS): White supremacist fliers found posted around Kansas State campus.

Seattle PI: Chelan sheriff’s office posts meme joking about running over protesters with cars.

The Stranger (Seattle, WA): Burien residents win court order restraining anti-immigrant initiative tied to white nationalists.

Phoenix New Times (AZ): Motel 6 regularly calls ICE on its undocumented guests, attorneys suspect.