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Hatewatch Headlines 9/18/2017

Online advertisers could target racist keywords; Charlottesville the exception or rule? Trump retweets joke from anti-Semitic source; and more.

CBS News: Google, Twitter let advertisers target racist keywords, reports say.

New York Times Magazine: As a glimpse at white supremacy, was Charlottesville the exception or the rule?

BuzzFeed: Trump retweets a video of him hitting Hillary Clinton with a golf ball taken from an anti-Semitic account.

Mother Jones: Trump nominee cited Dred Scott slavery ruling as sound precedent.  

Huffington Post: Most Americans oppose white supremacists, but many share their views, poll finds.

Media Matters: On CNN, Trump supporter downplays Nazi violence at Charlottesville since no one got shot.

Dallas Morning News: Protester arrested at pro-Confederate rally day after Robert E. Lee monument is summarily removed.

CNN: Former Sheriff David Clarke must revise his thesis or risk losing his degree, documents reveal.

National Public Radio: After labels object, Stormfront Radio stops using a Johnny Cash song for their intro. Islamophobia represents a form of racism mixed with cultural intolerance, study finds.

Q Notes: Derricka Banner killed in Charlotte, becomes 20th transgender person murdered in 2017.

New York Post: Two Jewish women mistaken for Muslims are viciously assaulted in hate crime.

NBC New York: Man makes anti-Muslim remarks, punches 53-year-old in the face, NYPD says.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (PA): White supremacist arrested in connection with anti-Semitic flyers spread around Squirrel Hill.

Newnan Times-Herald (GA): Half-dozen motorcycle gang members with suspected hate-group ties under arrest.

Salon: Killings of two black men in Baton Rouge, La., may have been racially motivated.

Right Wing Watch: Family Research Council leads readers in prayer against the SPLC.

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