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The First Freedom, a stalwart publication of the neo-Confederate movement, appears to be nearing its demise.
The era of Donald Trump unleashed an onslaught of candidates for office who court hate and extremism.
On Thursday afternoon, a judge found Ryan King guilty of disorderly conduct for his role in a fight that broke out at Auburn University last April. King, a 38-year-old tattoo artist from Montgomery, Alabama, went to Auburn for Richard Spencer’s controversial appearance on April 18.
Has anyone checked on Michael Hill? All the signs of life are still there. He’s posting on the website of his neo-Confederate group, the League of the South (LOS). His writing, still remarkable for its flagrant anti-Semitism and his reliance on the tired (((echoes))) meme, is replete with calls for “Christian manliness” in the face of “Yankee tyranny." But something about Dr. Hill seems off.
A demonstration during their annual conference in Wetumpka may have given the impression that the League of the South’s leadership has gained control of their rowdier members; a run-in with Montgomery’s LGBT community shows otherwise.
Hate came in many forms and from many corners in 2017, from the White House to a deadly rally in the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia in August. It made for a very busy year for Hatewatch.
Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County North Carolina (ACTBAC NC), a neo-Confederate hate group, will host an 8 p.m. “Twilight Service” Thursday night at McCorkle Place, the site of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s monument to Confederate dead.