President Donald Trump will address the Values Voter Summit on Saturday, the White House confirmed.
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2018 was another violent year for the U.S. radical right.
Several people arrested in the “Martyr’s Day” beating of a black man at a Lynnwood, Washington, bar were sporting T-shirts and patches of the racist skinhead group Crew 38, according to recently released court records.
Individuals associated with some of the country’s oldest and most violent racist skinhead groups have been charged with hate crimes in Washington state, just hours after a jury convicted a neo-Nazi of murder for his actions at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Benjamin Drake Daley, one of four men just charged federally in Virginia with rioting in Charlottesville in August 2017, was involved five months earlier in similar violence in California.
Triangulating Matthew Heimbach’s role in the white nationalist movement has always been a complicated affair. The League of the South, the Aryan Terror Brigade, the Hammerskins and other neo-Nazi groups. He got into bed with all of them.
An old and seemingly familiar face has started making his way back into the white supremacist scene.
Journalist Shaun King leads effort to identify skinhead shown on video throwing punches who is now behind bars.
In June, Tennessee white supremacists announced that Confederate Blood & Honour (C28) was reforming after a five year hiatus.