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Hatewatch Headlines 4/20/18

Racists abandon Discord for Telegram; Christian nationalism supports Trump; racist incidents at Cal Poly and Syracuse, and more.

NBC News: More than 200 anti-Shariah bills have been introduced in 43 states since 2010.

Right Wing Watch: Racist Andrew Anglin is encouraging fellow white supremacists to ditch Discord and use an end-to-end encryption chat service called Telegram.

Newsweek: Who is Kris Kobach, the former head of Trump’s voter fraud panel, just found in contempt of court?

New York Times: A new book explores: White-power is not new, but a topic we forgot.

Los Angeles Times: Another racist incident on the Cal Poly campus at San Luis Obispo.

Washington Post: Syracuse suspends engineering fraternity for racist, anti-Semitic, homophobic video.

New York Times:  A new study sheds light on an Austrian pediatrician who collaborated with the Nazis and assisted in the killing of disabled children.

Right Wing Watch:  A study suggests “Christian nationalism” is the reason white, evangelical Christians voted overwhelmingly for Donald Trump, despite his well-documented character flaws and moral failings.

Tribune: Instead of protesting Milo Yiannopoulos' return visit to Cal Poly next week, San Luis Obispo Mayor Heidi Harmon urges community members to host potlucks.

Vice News: The white rights, anti-diversity group VDare Foundation continues to operate on Facebook as an easily identified hate group, despite the comments last week of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

LGBTQ Nation: A frat party at the University of Delaware turns violent when a gay man is beaten, left with a broken leg.

Washington Post: District of Columbia lawmaker who said Jews control the weather visits Holocaust Museum but leaves early.


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