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Hatewatch
October 12, 2015

Several small American hate groups are stepping up efforts to spread local variants of “identitarianism,” a movement born in France in recent years that preaches opposition to multiculturalism, often taking shape in the form of anti-Muslim xenophobia.

Intelligence Report
2015
Spring Issue
March 10, 2015

William “White Will” Williams, a longtime stalwart on the neo-Nazi scene, has taken over the ailing National Alliance, which was once the nation’s most important hate group. Williams’ new role was worked out in a secret deal with Erich Gliebe, who is leaving the movement, but other former members are vowing a fight.

Intelligence Report
2015
Spring Issue
March 10, 2015

Hate and antigovernment 'Patriot' groups are down by about a fifth as activism shifts to cyberspace and lone wolf actions

Hatewatch
February 11, 2015

The last time we tuned into the real-life soap opera As the Nazis Turn, “White Will,” played by veteran racist William W. Williams, had, in a bloodless putsch, seized control of the National Alliance (NA), once upon a time the most dangerous and best organized neo-Nazi group in America.

Intelligence Report
2014
Winter Issue
November 21, 2014

A polished young American racist is knitting together a global network of white nationalists. And that has Europeans worried.

Intelligence Report
2014
Winter Issue
November 21, 2014

This spring, a group of about 100 students and others gathered at Indiana University at Bloomington to participate in their local Slutwalk, an annual protest held in cities around the world to denounce rape culture and victim-shaming. Facing them were a handful of counter-protesters who, misunderstanding the idea of Slutwalk, heckled the crowd, wielding crude signs decrying “slut culture.”

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