Hatewatch Headlines 5/24/2018

Whites’ unease over racial changes shadows politics; Spencer admits alt-right isn’t pro-free-speech; Phony anti-Trump theories flourishing; and more.

New York Times: Whites’ unease over the changing color of society shadows the politics of a more diverse America.

Right Wing Watch: Richard Spencer acknowledges that the alt-right is not pro-free-speech.

Media Matters: A short history of phony anti-Trump conspiracy theories.

Washington Post: Steve Bannon thinks Martin Luther King Jr. would be ‘proud’ of Donald Trump.

Talking Points Memo: GOP’s Rep. Black introduces bill to create crowdfunding website for Trump’s border wall.

ProPublica: Investigation into white-supremacist presence in military seeks info from the public.

NBC News: Six more families sue Alex Jones over Sandy Hook conspiracy claims after harassment.

Pacific Standard: There are no ‘lone wolves’ acting solo, and pretending there are aids toxic communities.

CNN: Florida candidate opines that displaced Puerto Ricans shouldn’t be permitted to vote.

BuzzFeed: A man who said he was going ‘Guat hunting’ has been sentence to life in prison for teen’s death.

Raw Story: Black Mississippi man seeks justice after he was allegedly beaten by two Jasper County officers.

Splinter: Why is New Orleans’ black female mayor working secretly with white nationalists?

Science: ‘It’s a toxic place’: How the online world of white nationalists distorts population genetics.

Seattle Times: Starbucks previews its anti-racial-bias training curriculum after viral arrest incident in Philly.

Miami New Times (FL): Guard threatens to arrest activist recording conditions at Miami ICE facility.

Culpeper Star Exponent (TX): Group questions whether anti-Muslim speaker John Guandolo is a paid deputy.

San Antonio Express-News (TX): Conspiracy theorist who harassed pastor now faces federal gun charge, too.

NBC New York: Rail-line rider who harassed black woman on train now faces hate-crime charge.

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