Hatewatch Headlines 6/8/2018

White supremacists thriving on podcasts; Incel movement’s pop-culture roots; America’s right-work laws have racist roots; and more.

Newsweek: White supremacists have been banned from social media – but they’re thriving on podcasts.

Associated Press: Prosecutor charges neo-Nazi with murder in killing of white woman who was riding with black boyfriend.

Medium: The deadly incel movement’s absurd pop-culture roots.

Right Wing Watch: Liz Crokin thinks Kate Spade may have committed suicide because she was a Satanic pedophile.

Salon: Big business and white supremacy: The racist roots of America’s right-to-work laws.

Rewire: Charlottesville hate rally leader plans another rally – this time near the White House.

Facing South: The anti-LGBT onslaught in Southern courts, by the numbers.

NBC Boston: Twenty years later, the hate crime that killed James Byrd still haunts a Texas town.

Pacific Standard: Some residents of Jasper are working to whitewash the Byrd killing from the town’s history.

WRAL-TV (Raleigh-Durham, NC): Partner at Arujna Capital takes concerns over hate speech, harassment to Google shareholders.

Motherboard: Internal documents show how Facebook decides when a poop emoji is hate speech.

Washington Post: Virginia’s Corey Stewart disavows ties to ‘pro-white’ candidate he once befriended.

KING-5 TV (Seattle, WA): Whitman County GOP considers taking action after alt-righter James Allsup elected to post.

Daytona Beach News-Journal (FL): Daytona man follows racial slur by burning black neighbor’s car, but no hate crime charged.

New York Times: White South Carolina man pleads guilty to forcing black cook to work for years without pay.

Raw Story: Boston lesbian couple assaulted at bar by man screaming homophobic slurs after he saw them kiss.

ABC-13 News (Houston, TX): Alleged Aryan Brotherhood member wanted for string of burglaries.

Fair Observer: What ‘taking the red pill’ means for both the manosphere and the alt-right.

Hope Not Hate: Ex-National Action and BNP members are active in Anne Marie Waters’ For Britain movement.

Radio Praha (Czechoslovakia): Study indicates that ethnic hatred and intolerance is contagious.