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Hatewatch Headlines 7/11/2018

Trump blames immigrants for family separations; Hate crimes rise again in California; ‘White genocide’ is an old rallying cry for the far right; and more.

Talking Points Memo: Trump’s solution to reuniting families: ‘Tell people not to come to our country illegally.’

Slate: Trump’s office of refugee resettlement is budgeting for a surge in child separations.

KGO-TV (San Francisco): Contra Costa County sheriff cancels his jail contract with ICE.

Los Angeles Times: Hate crimes rise in California for third straight year, state report says.

The Conversation: The 100-year-old rallying cry of ‘white genocide’ gains traction through the alt-right.

Motherboard: Neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer takes down Pepe images after getting copyright claims from its creator.

CNN: YouTube says it has a plan to stem the flow of misinformation videos.

Media Matters: Despite YouTube’s vows to ‘do better,’ white supremacist David Duke keeps going on livestreams.

New York Times: In Jasper, Texas, a decades-old hate crime continues to simmer, never forgotten.

Omaha World-Herald (NE): Neo-Nazi propaganda, anti-immigration fliers found in Omaha neighborhood.

Right Wing Watch: Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman tells ‘Pizzagate’ podcast that Clintons had people killed.

Washington Post: House Republicans’ unhelpful stumble with Seth Grossman in New Jersey.

ABA Journal: Hate group Alliance Defending Freedom gains influence with Supreme Court wins.

LaCrosse Tribune (WI): County board member gave campaign donation to white nationalist candidate Paul Nehlen.

WCMH-TV (Columbus, OH): Neo-Nazi Patriot Front sticker left on sign in Democratic congressional candidate’s yard.

Raw Story: Michigan man who said right-wing militia was ‘how I save lives’ is dead after gunning down another man.

Oregonian: Junction City building explodes; swastika, racial slur left behind.

Associated Press: Militia leader who tried to bomb a federal cabin is released from prison.

Splinter: Immigration agents arrest grandparents visiting their son-in-law at Fort Drum on July 4.

AlterNet: Here’s why right-wingers are so threatened by hearing foreign languages in the Trump era.

Pacific Standard: How racial animosity helped Republicans take control of the post-civil-rights South.

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