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June 29, 2018

Prior to last year’s League of the South (LOS) National Conference, Hatewatch profiled leaders of the neo-Confederate LOS, including president Michael Hill, chief of staff Michael Tubbs and various other affiliates and supporters of the organization, including chief of security/intel John Mark “Tiny” Malone.

May 05, 2017

League of the South Members Among Those Attending NOLA Counter-Protests This Weekend

April 23, 2018

April 21 is a day remembered for a number of momentous events— the anniversaries of the founding of Rome, the premier of “Walker, Texas Ranger” and the death of Prince — but thankfully the pathetic neo-Nazi rally in Newnan, Georgia will have no place in our collective consciousness.

February 23, 2017

The overwhelming support experienced by Donald Trump in rural red strongholds across the southeast during the 2016 election has forced League of the South (LOS) president Michael Hill to face the realization that Trump’s campaign rhetoric has eroded support for his historic platform beneath him. Meanwhile, the League has been bleeding young, educated members to “Alt-Right” white nationalism.

August 10, 2016

Nearly three years ago, the League of the South abandoned the Confederate Battle Flag (CBF) in favor of a blacked-out adaptation created by a former member. A recent blog post by League president Michael Hill titled “Past, Present, and Future” attempts to rationalize the group’s reversal of their stance on the CBF and to qualify their use of the new flag alongside the Confederacy’s vaunted icon as part of a larger, deliberate shift towards “Southern Nationalism.”