“University officials were notified of Durham’s connection to Patriot Front and his violent social media posts before he stepped on campus as a student in August of 2022.”
‘The Foot Soldiers’: A Neo-Nazi Skinhead Gang Terrorized Dallas in the Late 1980s
“The racist white nationalist movement has deep roots. Some run directly back to Dallas and the violent Confederate Hammerskins.”
Meet the Undercover Anti-Fascists
Deplatform Hate is a group of “anti-fascist researchers and activists who infiltrate and expose Proud Boys, neo-Nazis, militias, and other members of the violent far right.”
A Heart Is Not a Nation
Jeff Sharlet explores hate and Trumpism in America.
Canada’s Breeding Ground for Hate
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.
What Is Common, What Is Rare: Why Extraordinary Events Cannot Eclipse Everyday Racism
“We’d denounce the marches and torches and chants. When that moment passed, we’d continue to live with the ghosts of our country’s peculiar legacy.”
The Post on Anti-Semitism I Never Thought I’d Write
Like many non-religious Jews of my generation, I naively assumed Nazism could never rise — and hurt us — again.
A Confederacy of (Dangerous) Dunces
Rebecca Solnit argues that the American Confederacy lives on, with Donald Trump at the helm.
The American Civil War Didn’t End. And Trump is a Confederate President.
In her new column for The Guardian, Rebecca Solnit makes a solid argument that Donald Trump’s presidency, and his fervent support from white racists, mark an attempt of the Confederacy to rise again.
How Can Alt-Right Women Exist in a Misogynistic Movement?
An interview with Seyward Darby about her Harper’s cover story on gender dynamics within the alt-right.