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Hatewatch Headlines 11/6/17

White supremacists are finding new homes on Russian social media; black transgender people face the more discrimination; the neo-Nazis at Daily Stormer want to make Papa John’s the official pizza of the alt-right, and more.


Daily Beast – Purged from Facebook and Twitter, white supremacists are seeking refuge on Russian social media, including VKontakte.

Salon – The origins of the alt-right are not as new as many believe.

Washington Post -- Posters proclaiming “IT’S OKAY TO BE WHITE” have been appearing on college campuses and on city streets across the country.

NBC News -- Black transgender people in the United States face “deeper and broader forms of discrimination” than their white counterparts.

Raw Story -- The white supremacist “Daily Stormer” wants to make Papa John’s the official pizza of the alt-right.

CNN – The Daily Caller fires its opinion editor after he offers right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos  a weekly column.

Fox News -- Miami art professor turns American flags into KKK hoods causing outrage.

New York Times -- An anti-immigrant group led by the white nationalist Richard Spencer has been told it can’t hold its annual conference in a federal office building, just blocks from the White House.

Washington Post -- Postcards targeting the school board candidates of Asian descent have been arriving in the mailboxes in Edison, New Jersey.


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