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Hatewatch Headlines 4/30/2018

Lynching memorial upsets some locals; Police guard American Renaissance event; California candidate wants country ‘free from Jews’; and more.

The Guardian: Lynching memorial leaves some quietly seething: ‘Let sleeping dogs lie.’

Washington Post: Competing monuments in the cradle of both the Confederacy and the Civil Rights movement.

Huffington Post: Police guard white nationalist American Renaissance conference from protesters at state park.

Journal-Constitution (Atlanta): Rural Georgia bar hosted neo-Nazis for swastika-burning after Newnan rally.

Newsweek: California Republican candidate for Senate calls for a country ‘free from Jews.’

Associated Press: Residents plagued by flyers learn to see through the phony rhetoric of the alt-right.

PressThink: What savvy journalists say when they are minimizing Trump’s hate movement against journalists.

Politico: Milo Yiannopoulos’ business implodes after death of crypto-billionaire who bankrolled him.

Salt Lake Tribune: Leader of citizen militia, called a would-be terrorist, pleads guilty to bombing attempt.

New York Daily News: MAGA-hat-wearing man arrested for throwing Mexican man onto subway rail tracks.

Anchorage Daily News: Anchorage neo-Nazi with violent history arrested in pepper-spray attack.

Arizona Republic (Phoenix, AZ): Electronic road sign in Queen Creek displays anti-Semitic message.

Morning Call (Allentown, PA): ‘Ayran Strikeforce’ leader pleads guilty in drug trafficking conspiracy.

CBS2-LA (Los Angeles): Suspect sought in likely hate crime attack against two gay men in Newport Beach.

Commercial-Appeal (Memphis, TN): Former radio host with white nationalist ties wants your vote for county assessor.

Inforum (Fargo, ND): Cop won’t be disciplined for social media posts, but III% militia involvement investigated.

Daily Mail (UK): A look inside Australia’s growing neo-Nazi movement, Antipodean Resistance.

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