Hatewatch Headlines 11/22/2017

Hate crimes spike brings calls for hearings; Facebook still allows ad discrimination; Trump sells out alt-right on net neutrality; and more.

Politico: Democrats demand hearing after latest FBI hate crimes statistics show an uptick.

ProPublica: Faceboook (still) letting housing advertisers exclude users by race.

Raw Story: Trump’s move to kill net neutrality sells out the alt-right in favor of big business.

Independent (UK): United States one of only three countries to vote against UN resolution condemning Nazism.

Associated Press: Judge permanently blocks Trump’s executive order to cut funding for sanctuary cities.

Reveal News: Federal agency refers teenage girls to counselors picked by anti-abortion group.

Media Matters: Anti-LGBT hate group kicked off its conference with an amazing interpretive rainbow flag dance.

Washington Post: Richard Spencer event on Maryland farm is cut short when everyone is asked to leave.

Forward: Alt-right finds common ground with Nation of Islam over racial separation.

Right-Wing Watch: Far-right activists party with Bannon, Gorka, congressmen and ‘Election Integrity’ commissioner.

Jacksonville Business Journals (FL): A Nazi, a Klan member and a Confederate sympathizer confront protesters at UNF campus.

Salon: Anti-LGBT county clerk Kim Davis may face man she refused a marriage license as opponent.

The Maui News (HI): Man spewing ‘hateful things’ leads anti-LGBT protest outside church as it installs gay pastor.

Los Angeles Times: Anti-sharia demonstrators face off with antifascists at site of San Bernardino terror attack.

Detroit Free Press: Two men charged in robbery, shooting of transgender woman in Detroit.

Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, TX): Aryan Circle members, associates in North Texas indicted on federal drug offenses.

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