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Incidents of apparent hate crimes and hate group activities listed here are drawn primarily from media sources.
Emboldened by a presidential candidate who embraced their ideas with a nudge and a wink, and electrified by his victory, white nationalists in 2016 fanned out and spread their message of fear and loathing among the nation’s young people.
In 2009, a former lesbian in a custody battle fled with her 7-year-old girl. The case still haunts the anti-LGBT movement today.
The Intelligence Project identified 623 extreme antigovernment groups that were active in 2016.
Radical lawyer Kyle Bristow has started a new foundation that aims to become the legal arm of the racist radical right
On Dec. 4, a 28-year-old North Carolina man bearing a handgun and a military-style rifle stormed a Washington, D.C., pizza joint called Comet Ping-Pong, determined to “self-investigate” rumors that the restaurant was the center of a child sex-slave ring with connections to the Clinton campaign. Edgar M. Welch, of Salisbury, N.C., who fired his weapon inside the restaurant but injured no one, later admitted “the intel on this wasn’t 100%.”
The Loyal White Knights promised a major KKK parade to celebrate the election. It didn’t quite work out that way.