Charlottesville

hate

It Seems a White Nationalist Managed to Pass the State Department's Background Check

An officer in the Bureau of Energy Resources allegedly went to Charlottesville and recruited for a white nationalist organization.
Tess Owen
8.10.19
White Nationalism

The State Department Just Suspended an Alleged White Nationalist Who Attended Charlottesville

A U.S. State Department official was moonlighting as a white nationalist leader in Washington, D.C., according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Tess Owen
8.8.19
White Nationalism

State Department Official Moonlit as a White Nationalist Leader and Attended Charlottesville, Report Says

He also hosted prominent racists and Holocaust deniers at his home in Virginia and spread Nazi propaganda online, according to Hatewatch.
Tess Owen
8.7.19
Film

'Skin' Poses the Difficult Question of Whether Neo-Nazis Deserve Redemption

We spoke to Jamie Bell about his gripping new film, and whether we can or should extend compassion for people who have done evil.
Alex Zaragoza
7.26.19
Ku Klux Klan

A KKK Grand Wizard Is Getting a Day in His Honor in Tennessee — for the 98th Year

"I signed the [proclamation] because the law requires that I do that and I haven’t looked at changing that law," said Gov. Bill Lee
Alex Lubben
7.12.19
Charlottesville

The Charlottesville Neo-Nazi Who Killed Heather Heyer Just Got Life in Prison

James Alex Fields Jr., now 22, pleaded guilty to 29 federal hate crime charges earlier this year to avoid the death penalty.
Tess Owen
6.28.19
Far-Right Extremism

The U.S. Doesn't Prosecute Far-Right Extremists as Terrorists. Here's How It Could.

If officials at the State Department wanted to address the growing far-right threat, they could.
Tess Owen
6.20.19
extremism

Why a Judge Just Let 3 White Supremacist Fight Club Members Go Free

Lawyers challenged the Anti-Riot statute. And it worked.
Tess Owen
6.4.19
WHITE SUPREMACY

“This is Far from Over”: Heather Heyer’s Mom Spends Sleepless Nights Researching White Supremacy

Susan Bro grabbed her late-daughter’s charm bracelets and drove to Capitol Hill from Charlottesville, Virginia, to appear before Congress.
Daniel Newhauser
5.16.19
very fine people

Trump just defended the Charlottesville white nationalists again

“I was talking about people who went because they felt very strongly about the monument to Robert E. Lee"
Rex Santus
4.26.19
Charlottesville

Joe Biden didn't call Heather Heyer's mother until after his campaign video launched

The video invoked Heyer, who was killed by a white supremacist at the violent rally in Charlottesville in 2017.
Rex Santus
4.26.19
2020 election

5 ghosts from Biden's past that could haunt his presidential campaign

It's not just the touching.
Rex Santus
4.25.19
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