Hatewatch Headlines 10/3/2018

The pipeline from 4chan to Fox News; Media figures back white nationalist candidate; Silence on white supremacy harms surveillance work; and more.

Media Matters: Backlash to anti-Kavanaugh tweet illustrates pipeline from 4chan to Tucker Carlson’s Fox show.

Right Wing Watch: Right-wing media figures rally behind a white nationalist running for mayor of Toronto.

Human Rights Watch: Silence about white supremacy in U.S. surveillance rhetoric matters.

Reuters: Pentagon gets suspected ricin-laced packages in mail, FBI is investigating.

Think Progress: North Carolina’s anti-transgender law is undermined by federal court ruling.

Mother Jones: Government report details Trump administration’s incompetent implementation of family separation policy.

Washington Post: Trump anti-discrimination official apologizes for racially tinged blog posts.

USA Today: City council approves a change of name for Atlanta’s Confederate Avenue.

Pacific Standard: Atlanta has built a task force to change street names honoring white supremacists.

Oregonian: FBI agent shot by booby-trapped wheelchair in home of man who engaged in armed standoff.

Herald-Tribune (Sarasota, FL): White nationalist Peter Gemma resigns from Sarasota GOP executive committee.

Seattle P-I (WA): Man accused of ‘chillingly cold-blooded’ slaying of Renton man had white-supremacist background.

Haaretz: Dutch man assaulted in Berlin in alleged anti-Semitic attack.

Independent (UK): German youths stab independent journalist after confrontation, perform Hitler salute.

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