Post Profile






Boston Restaurants Respond to This Weekend’s ‘Free Speech’ Rally

Some are making donations to groups such as the Southern Poverty Law Center On Saturday, August 19, members of multiple white nationalist organizations are expected to descend upon Boston Common for what they’re calling a “free speech” rally, while thousands of counterprotesters plan to show up to demonstrate against the public display of what they term "the growing emboldenment of the White Nationalist far right and the ideologies they support.
read more

share

Related Posts


A historian explains why the alt-right’s rhetoric of white American heritage is pure myth

News : The Raw Story

Events in Charlottesville recently cascaded into domestic terrorism. Three dead and dozens wounded as neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and other “alt-right” members descended upon the university that Thomas Jefferson built; their purp...

Boston Free Speech rally gets permit ,with restrictions

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

Boston has granted permission for what organizers call a Free Speech Rally on Saturday, but which some people fear is actually a white nationalist rally similar to the one that … Click to Continue »

White supremacist rally fizzles, overtaken by massive anti-racism march

US Politics / Liberal : Matthew Yglesias

Organizers of a self-described “free speech” rally in Boston Saturday were expecting to see a big turnout, with attendees from the same white supremacist groups that marched on Charlottesville last weekend. Massachusetts members of ...

Photos show thousands of counterprotesters descending on Boston to drown out a right-wing 'free speech' rally

Politics : Business Insider: Politix

Roughly 40,000 people descended on Boston Common on Saturday to protest a controversial right-wing "free speech" rally that had been planned. The event came one week after violence and chaos erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia duri...

Congressman calling for hearing on hate groups recently appeared at white nationalist conference

US Politics / Liberal : Matthew Yglesias

Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) called on the House Judiciary Committee last week to hold hearings on white supremacists and other hate groups, but in June, Issa gave an interview at a conference put on by a group the Southern Poverty Law ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC