“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 son of militia leader Stewart Rhodes spent years plotting to help his family escape from his father’s control. Now that the elder Rhodes faces decades in prison, the rest of the family is rebuilding their lives.”
“At six feet four and 260 pounds, he fills up a room without meaning to, though he never wastes time trying to merge with his surroundings. He’s funny and profane and could charm a lampshade off its base with his whiskey-sour drawl and Harley swagger. Small wonder that even strangers at the Quik Mart call […]
“The racist white nationalist movement has deep roots. Some run directly back to Dallas and the violent Confederate Hammerskins.”
Exploring the history of the Ku Klux Klan’s presence at Harvard University.
“I am forced to live in a parallel world to the one I wanted to live in, where I could have been a physicist without also constantly being asked to speak on or attempt to compensate for the persistent racism of institutions.”
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.”
Dan-el Padilla Peralta “believes that classics is so entangled with white supremacy as to be inseparable from it.”
An essay on growing up in the South, legacy, and a place rooted in white supremacy.
Pete Candler reflects on growing up in the South, legacy, and a place rooted in white supremacy.