Hatewatch Headlines 10/11/2017

White nationalists trying out new ‘flash mob’ tactic; No one knows if internet hate ban is working; Trump to keynote anti-LGBT ‘Values Voters’ gathering; and more.

Talking Points Memo: Now wary of holding big rallies, white nationalists resort to tiny ‘flash mobs.’

The Verge: Two months ago, the internet tried to banish Nazis, but no one knows whether it worked.

Washington Post: Questions emerge about motives, claims of white ‘victim’ in Charlottesville arrest of black man who was badly beaten.

Philadelphia Tribune: Racist extremism remains a crisis in America, regardless of signed resolutions.

Washington Blade: Donald Trump confirmed as keynote speaker for anti-LGBT ‘Values Voters’ gathering.

Think Progress: Trump White House demands border wall funding, mass deportations in exchange for DREAMer protections.

Dr. Jen Gunter: Health and Human Services wants to define life as beginning at conception.

Right Wing Watch: Anti-choice leaders join Dominionist rally in D.C., pray for ‘massive shift’  on Supreme Court.

Huffington Post: In the face of Islamophobia, this group hosts ‘Meet a Muslim’ events in Kansas.

Bloomberg: How a Silicon Valley striver became the alt-right’s tech hero.

Media Matters: Alliance Defending Freedom and its allies support turning LGBT people straight through harmful ‘reparative therapy.’

AlterNet: Why black-white inequalities in a very progressive state are called the ‘worst in the country.’

Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA): Police arrest skinhead for hate crime after punching black man and shooting his house.

WTFX-TV (Philadelphia): Two students face punishment after ugly racial incident at Quakertown football game.

Snopes.com: No, ‘antifa’  is not planning a ‘Civil War’  scheduled to commence on November 4.