by Judd Legum Jul 3, 2016
Nice work if you can get it.
by Rachel Cain Jul 3, 2016
"He's the affable, youthful face of hate in America."
by Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani Jun 17, 2016
The reports of Mair's possible connections to white supremacist groups points to the danger of so-called "lone wolves" and the process of their radicalization.
by Aviva Shen Mar 2, 2016
Before "the party of Lincoln," there was "whites only."
by Kira Lerner Dec 10, 2015
The KKK is distributing fliers telling people to “fight the spread of Islam in our country.”
by Jack Jenkins Nov 23, 2015
"Christ following people like myself — how do we deal with this issue of strangers, and are we going to let them in?” he said.
by Judd Legum Nov 17, 2015
We thought of a few people.
by Aviva Shen Nov 10, 2015
The men were allegedly preparing for a "race war."
by Kira Lerner Nov 3, 2015
The group frequently runs articles arguing that Muslim immigrants shouldn’t be let into the United States and that Latinos are trying to “reclaim” the American Southwest.
by Sacha Feinman Jul 23, 2015 Updated: Jul 24, 2015
When Dylann Roof shot up a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina last month, he did so under the influence of a variety of hate fueled subcultures he had discovered online.