Hatewatch Headlines 10/8/2018

CNP retreat celebrates Kavanaugh ascension; UDC’s past continues to haunt it; Providence protesters brawl near state capital; and more.

The Intercept: At secretive Council for National Policy retreat, evangelicals celebrate Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

Law & Crime: Anti-LGBT hate group immediately rejoices over Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court success.

Washington Post: Conservatives’ self-delusion on race: How the right created the illusion of colorblindness.

Salon: Seven things the United Daughters of the Confederacy may not want you to know about them.

Los Angeles Times: Note to Rep. Duncan Hunter: Racism lives and breathes in southern California too.

Providence Journal (RI): State police intervene as far-right groups clash with counterprotesters at capital.

Huffington Post: Neo-Nazi sentenced to 14 years on federal terrorism charges for attack on Amtrak train.

Daily Beast: Neo-Nazi couple accused of killing rural Washington man to claim squatter’s rights to his home.

Reveal News: Three takeaways from this week’s Charlottesville alt-right arrests.

Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA): Details of James Fields’ trial for murder of Heather Heyer are hashed out.

Business Insider: Reddit was such a cesspool in its early days that employees had to deal with corpses, Nazis and genitals regularly.

American-Statesman (Austin, TX): Texas State assesses the year in which it came under siege from white supremacists.

Norman Transcript (OK): Oklahoma University need a more transparent process for student complaints.

USA Today: Jewish Community Center in Virginia vandalized with antisemitic graffiti once again.

Chicago Sun-Times: Transgender woman fatally stabbed, body left behind abandoned West Side building.

Democrat & Chronicle (Rochester, NY): Supervisor calls white-supremacist stickers found in Brighton ‘sickening.’

Vox: A leading Holocaust historian just seriously compared the United States to Nazi Germany.

Independent (UK): White nationalist from infamous Charlottesville protest now reportedly study at London school.

Haaretz: Germany’s Nazi-friendly, antisemitic far right has a new mission: Recruiting Jews.

DW: Neo-Nazi concert scheduled for eastern German state relocated after last-minute court decision.

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