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Hatewatch Headlines 4/5/2018

Lawsuit may force Stormer to reveal funding; Social media bans won’t stop the alt-right; ‘Confederate History Month’ quickly slides into bigotry; and more.

Daily Beast: Neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer might have to reveal its funding as a result of libel lawsuit.

Vice: Social-media ban won’t be enough to stop the alt-right and its recruitment and organizing schemes.

Fast Company: ‘Did we create this monster?’ How Twitter turned toxic.

Washington Post: A Georgia city declared April as Confederate History Month. Then came the n-word.

Tennessean: For the second time, a resolution denouncing neo-Nazis fails to pass Tennessee legislature.

Motherboard: After crackdown, neo-Nazis are hosting propaganda on censor-proof networks.

Newnam Times-Herald (GA): Small Georgia city prepares for white-nationalist rally by NSM, counterprotests.

Mississippi Public Broadcasting: Lawsuit describes Mississippi state flag’s Confederate symbol ‘racially demeaning.’

IREHR: Actor Andrew Williams leads group hosting white nationalist Jared Taylor at University of Alabama.

Rewire: DOJ lawyer with background in prosecuting white supremacists is now on the ground in Charlottesville.

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