Study examines far right’s spread on YouTube; Military contractor imposed apartheid at base; Census question on citizenship’s origins questioned; and more.
Data and Society: Alternative influence: Study examines how the reactionary right has succeeded on YouTube.
Daily Beast: U.S. paid $1 billion to military contractor who imposed apartheid, abused dogs at Iraq air base it ran.
Mother Jones: New documents undermine Commerce Secretary’s claims about origins of census question on citizenship.
Miami New Times (FL): Florida gubernatorial candidate DeSantis slammed asylum seekers at event organized by a hate group.
Politico: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo raises eyebrows with appearance at FRC’s ‘Values Voters Summit.’
Right Wing Watch: World Congress of Families summit promotes anti-LGBT, anti-choice policies globally.
The Intercept: Yet another study demonstrates that Trump won not because of economic but racial anxiety.
Hechinger Report: Early evidence emerges of a ‘Trump effect’ that encourages bullying in schools.
OC Weekly (CA): Orange County school board candidate tied to white supremacists poised to get OC Republicans’ nod.
Denver Post: Colorado state trooper told Proud Boys to ‘stick around’ if they want to fight antifascists, video shows.
Think Progress: Racist mailer from local Republicans targets Asian-American candidate in New Jersey congressional race.
Salon: Tucker Carlson is much beloved among white nationalists, and other disturbing revelations in a new book.
Vice: Meet Derek Black, the white nationalist heir who rejected his dad’s legacy of vile bigotry.
The Root: A look at the resume of Oklahoma’s neo-Nazi police officer.
Union-Leader (Manchester, NH): NH white supremacist’s killer still at large months after parking-lot murder.
Oregonian: Woman assaulted in Portland park by teens wielding ice pick and shouting anti-LGBT slurs.
USA Today: Ancestry.com changed how it determined ethnicity, and now people are upset.
New York Times: Germany’s Merkel is tested as he chief spy becomes a cultural hero of the radical right.