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Dennis McGiffin is certainly putting the black in the Black & Silver Solution. On the eve of the group’s fall conference in Scottsboro, Ala., this weekend, questions again have surfaced about the ideological purity of Black & Silver leadership. Amid rampant dissension in the ranks, doubts about the group’s future are growing.
A North Carolina ministry has agreed to ensure its federally funded job training and residential program for homeless veterans doesn’t discriminate against women – resolving a sex discrimination complaint the SPLC filed on behalf of female veterans who were not given access to the same job training classes as men.
Charles A. Weisman, a prolific author and publisher of materials about the anti-Semitic theology known as Christian Identity, died on Oct. 8, according to an announcement made by fellow Identity minister Ted R. Weiland.
Matthew Heimbach, head of the white nationalist and anti-Semitic Traditionalist Worker’s Party, has always been a movement gadfly. Neo-Nazis, racist skinheads, Klansmen –– there hasn’t been a racist or nationalist group with which he will not ally –– no matter what. But a fixture at Hammerfest?
Police in Richmond, Calif., have arrested two men and are seeking a third as suspects in an assault on a Sikh man who says he was a victim of a hate crime.
Despite a long background in far-right radicalism, youthful Taylor Rose’s campaign enjoys deep and broad support within the state’s GOP.
The following statement regarding a September 17 incident in which an African-American female student was dragged by her hair and struck on the head by a school staffer at Greenville High School is by Jody Owens, managing attorney for the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Mississippi office: