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From its inception, the alt-right has attempted to paint itself as “normal,” just a growing movement of average American white men who happen to be obsessed with racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and misogyny.
Explaining ‘You Will Not Replace Us,’ ‘Blood and Soil,’ ‘Russia is Our Friend,’ and other catchphrases from torch-bearing marchers in Charlottesville.
For the racist “alt-right” and white nationalist crowd, the song “Charlottesville Ballad (War is Coming)” by “folk” musician Paddy Tarleton (identified as Patrick Corcoran by The News Journal, a newspaper in Delaware) has been the song of late summer in 2017.
Journalist Shaun King leads effort to identify skinhead shown on video throwing punches who is now behind bars.
As college campuses across the nation settle into the fall semester, many are being confronted by the realities of white supremacy.
Religious extremism and its relation to violent conflict
Pickup bearing Confederate, American flags barrels through crowd, but no one is injured, while 'Patriots' claim their opponents are the source of violence.
Despite building's ownership by African American church, proprietor was able to operate center of Klan activity, racist merchandise for years.