“Undeniable evidence of the growing problem first surfaced in video footage of the January 6, 2021 Capitol riots, when alt-right personality Anthime Gionet—better known by the online sobriquet ‘Baked Alaska’—was spotted protesting in a pair of red Pit Vipers. (He was later arrested and is still awaiting trial for violent and disorderly conduct and knowingly […]
How Canada’s new, educated, organized far-right has been using a video game app to try to influence mainstream politics and create a white ethno-state.
“The search for a more human understanding of power and consent is not simply stage-dressing for a bigger fight. It is the big fight. It’s all about the grabby old men, and it always has been.”
An interview with Seyward Darby about her Harper’s cover story on gender dynamics within the alt-right.
Some tech companies are taking a stand against neo-Nazi users, but claim it’s a still dangerous decision to make.
This weekend’s events will resonate long after the crowd was dispersed, long after the cable news trucks leave, long after the school year begins.
Seventy-something years ago, another massive rally took place in the United States that featured a clash between protesters and white supremacists.
“The goal, however, was the same as ever: fear. And it worked.”
A black philosopher at Texas A&M thought forcing a public discussion about race and violence was his job. Turns out people didn’t want to hear it.
A new profile of the Moon Juice entrepreneur reveals how the hippie left intersects with the conspiracist right.