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Hatewatch Headlines 6/15/2018

Journalists face rising tide of far-right threats; ICE detains legal resident in CA; Atomwaffen leader stars in Hitler-loving video; and more.

Guardian: Doxing, assaults, death threats: The new dangers facing U.S. journalists covering far-right extremism.

Talking Points Memo: New GOP immigration bill would bar family separation, protect DACA students.

Mercury News (San Jose, CA): California woman 'in shock' after ICE detains father, a legal resident, outside home.

Washington Post: Inside Casa Padre, the converted Walmart where the U.S. is holding nearly 1,500 immigrant children.

Think Progress: The story behind the strange Trump mural inside a children’s immigration detention center.

Tampa Bay Times: Atomwaffen SS leader, now behind bars, stars in new video extolling Hitler.

Tennesseean (Nashville, TN): White nationalist gathering at state park will draw protesters, too.

Vice: How Canada’s biggest alt-right podcast host went from gamer to neo-Nazi.

Media Matters: Talking Points USA invited a slate of sexists to speak at its Young Women’s Leadership summit.

Right Wing Watch: Jack Posobiec is lying about his Pizzagate past.

Huffington Post: Rep. Steve King says he didn’t realize he had retweeted a Nazi propagandist.

Associated Press: San Francisco contemplates removing controversial statue of subjected Native American.

Newsweek: Alumni of high school in Kirkland, WA, debate Confederacy as students vote to keep ‘Rebel’ mascot.

Coloradoan (Fort Collins): Police arrest man on hate-crime charges for alleged threats, derogatory racial remarks.

Raw Story: Ohio school keeps racist mascot after mob of angry parents shout down ‘politically correct bullies.’

AlterNet: Republican Party chair appears to threaten Americans who don’t support Trump in authoritarian tweet.

Pacific Standard: How right-wing media has tried to stifle student speech at Evergreen State College.

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