Neo-Nazi propaganda, podcasts, and audiobooks continue to exist on YouTube. Even when alerted to their existence, the platform demonetized and removed some features from them, but did not delete the videos.
Major online neo-Nazi meeting grounds are being nuked by hosting sites that want nothing to do with connections to militant white nationalists. Meanwhile, several of them have regrouped on Twitter.
After a civil rights backlash, Facebook will now treat white nationalism and separatism the same as white supremacy, and will direct users who try to post that content to a nonprofit that helps people leave hate groups.
They call us the Rainbow Warriors.
"Never did I ever hear him utter a racist word in his life."
VICE can reveal Atomwaffen's graphic designer is from Ontario, believed to be the first known Canadian in the group.
"Being hateful is fun, and it's a good way of releasing any pent-up anger. It also helps you feel more like a man."
Ten thousand Croatians gathered in a field in Austria to mourn the fall of a former Nazi-affiliated army.
They shouted at counterprotesters: “You’ll all get Zyklon B.”
A new book explores the strange ways young men get sucked into toxic ideologies like the alt right. But according to the author, "Many of the guys who get out quietly slip back into society."
What do you do when your mom wants to sell your grandfather's Nazi-killing trophies, but she lives in the middle of deep-red Florida?
The London Forum has built a shadowy network of racist meet-ups.