Hatewatch Headlines 1/10/2018

Deportation can be a death sentence; Judge blocks Trump’s attempt to end DACA; Arpaio announces bid for Senate seat in Arizona; and more.

The New Yorker: When deportation is a death sentence.

The Hill: Federal judge blocks Trump administration from ending the DACA program.

Mother Jones: Joe Arpaio is running for the U.S. Senate in Arizona.

ProPublica: A short history of the brief and bumpy life of Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission.

New York Times: Court rules that North Carolina congressional map was unconstitutionally gerrymandered by race.

AlterNet: Donald Trump goes full white nationalist with his decision to revoke Salvadorans’ status.

Think Progress: Trump’s confusing, contradictory performance at a public immigration debate.

Tampa Bay Times (FL) : Neo-Nazi National Guardsman gets five years in prison on bombmaking charges.

Fox23 News (Tulsa, OK): ‘Not racist’ city workers in Oklahoma recorded saying they want to cancel ‘Nigger Day’ and honor MLK assassin instead.

Huffington Post: Lawyer for accused neo-Nazi train terrorist claims case is ‘blown significantly out of proportion.’

Right Wing Watch: Dave Daubenmire warns that Oprah-for-president talk is preparing America for ‘white genocide.’

Media Matters: Sean Hannity wades head-first into message-board conspiracy known as ‘The Storm.’

Fox News: ‘White racism’ class at Florida university will be guarded by police officers.

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