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One of the country’s leading white nationalist organizations – the National Policy Institute – has lost its non-profit status, apparently because its founder Richard B. Spencer forgot to fill out those little white boxes on government tax forms.
The people who run the National Policy Institute (NPI) — a key institution of the Alternative-Right that Hillary Clinton will pillory today in a speech attacking its connections to Donald Trump — have always been suit-and-tie racists.
Eventbrite, one of the world’s largest platforms for planning, promoting, and selling tickets to live events is perfectly fine with white nationalists using its services, so long as they aren’t open about their beliefs on the Eventbrite platform.
The white nationalist National Policy Institute (NPI) conference in Washington, D.C, this past weekend had a familiar lineup of speakers, but NPI head Richard Spencer’s event turned out to be far different from your average radical right gathering. Spencer, a relatively young racist activist himself, was able to do something many similar groups have failed to do—attract lots of young people to his event.
There have been some big changes for white nationalist leader Richard Spencer –– a posh townhouse in Alexandria, Va., and a new website, Altright.com, staffed with a cadre of well-known leaders of the radical right.
Longtime anti-Semite John De Nugent has issued a $150 reward for anyone who can provide him a copy of a 1992 episode of PBS’s Frontline entitled “Who is David Duke?” The episode allegedly contains footage of the wife of renowned white nationalist and founder of American Renaissance Jared Taylor, Evelyn Rich.