The far right perfects its deniable-racism act; White nationalists descend on Florida; Murder suspect trained with AtomWaffen SS; and more.
The Guardian (UK): How the radical right has perfected the art of deniable racism.
Huffington Post: Andrew Anglin’s lawyer visited the elusive Nazi’s hometown, and madness ensued.
Newsweek: White-nationalist group linked to Charlottesville violence descends on Florida.
ProPublica: California murder suspect said to have trained with extremist hate group AtomWaffen SS.
Wired: The dirty war over diversity inside Google.
Media Matters: Facebook is promoting conspiracy-theory website Zero Hedge in its Trending topics.
The Verge: ICE is about to start tracking license plates across the United States.
Salon: Trump’s ‘chain migration’ obsession: German Nazis actually thought of it first.
Journal-Constitution (Atlanta): Leading alt-right activist gives Trump a mixed review for his first year in office.
WFLA-TV (Tampa Bay, FL): New details emerge in murder case involving neo-Nazi bombing plot.
Arizona Capitol Times (Phoenix): Legislative staffers say Trump supporters shouted ‘Illegal!’ at them for being dark-skinned.
Gazette-Times (Corvallis, OR): Police report shows OSU student leader was with known neo-Nazi when arrested last year.
Right Wing Watch: CRTV edits tape to cover up Gavin MacInnes’ racist ‘Sambo’ comment.
Raw Story: Former evangelist Graham pounds FRC’s Tony Perkins for wanting to ‘punch the bully’ Obama.
Fox News: Dolly Parton drops ‘Dixie’ from her name of ‘Stampede’ dinner shows, citing cultural concerns.
Argus Leader (Sioux Falls, SD): South Dakota could vote on women’s membership in state militia.
Idaho Statesman (Boise): Idaho soccer coach fights back after receiving racist letter complaining about black players.
St. Louis Today: A self-described ‘Confederate’ is running for Parkway school board, and residents are alarmed.
Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, TX): Libertarian ‘Oath Keeper’ announces candidacy for president, is arrested 30 minutes later.
Eugene Weekly (OR): Arrest of neo-Nazi in weapon incident opens window in local white-supremacist group.
Independent (UK): Genocide starts with the language of hate, and we can’t forget that on Holocaust Memorial Day.
Washington Post: Traveling while black: Some Americans are still afraid to visit their own country, a legacy of lynching era.