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Twitter Verifies Charlottesville Rally Boss Jason Kessler, Who Called Slain Protester’s Death ‘Payback Time’

The blue check mark came less than a month after the company’s latest promise to weed out the promotion of hate and violence.

White Supremacists Meet Heavy Resistance At Tennessee Rallies

— White supremacists, neo-Nazis and fascists descended on two Middle Tennessee towns Saturday for “White Lives Matter” rallies, striking fear into communities desperate to avoid the kind of violence that visited Charlottesville, Virginia, nearly three months ago.

Protesters need safe spaces to demonstrate, not the right to carry tiki torches and glass bottles

Hoping to head off the violence that’s arisen at protests in Charlottesville, Berkeley and other cities, the Los Angeles City Council is drafting a long list of items that would be banned from rallies, demonstrations and public assemblies. The council’s move, however, has triggered a protest of...

Congressman Pushing Conspiracy Theories Calls CNN 'Fake News,' Then Flees

Lawmaker has blamed an "Obama sympathizer" for the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the summer.

9 Heinous Acts of White Nationalist Terror Just This Year

Click here for reuse options! Charlottesville wasn't the first such attack, and it likely won't be the last. Webster’s Dictionary defines terrorism as the "calculated use of violence (or threat of violence) against civilians in order...Show More Summary

L.A. moves to ban pepper spray, tiki torches, gas masks and other items from protests

Alarmed by spasms of violence at protests in Charlottesville, Va., and Berkeley, Los Angeles lawmakers soon could impose new restrictions on what people can bring to public demonstrations and meetings in the city. L.A. already bans protesters from toting wooden planks more than 2 inches wide and...

When the Grownups Are the Generals

New York Review of Books: “After the racist violence in Charlottesville and Trump’s incendiary comments about it, the leaders of America’s five military services—that is, the individual members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff—published statements condemning racist hatred. They had [...]

New lawsuits aim to prevent more violence in Charlottesville

Two newly filed lawsuits against the white nationalists and others who descended on Charlottesville during a summer rally aim to prevent the type of violent chaos that unfolded from happening again.

White nationalists at Charlottesville are being sued over protest violence

last monthNews : The Raw Story

Eleven people have sued white nationalists whose rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, turned deadly this summer, saying they suffered emotional and physical trauma from protesters’ threats and violence. The federal lawsuit filed in Charlottesville late on Wednesday seeks damages from 25 white...

'Kill Them All': White Nationalists Threaten Fresh Violence Against Leftists, Charlottesville Lawsuit Alleges

last monthNews : Newsweek: US

The “Unite the Right” rally, a white nationalist event in Chartottesville that collapsed into chaos on August 12, is already a volatile cultural flashpoint.

9 Fierce Reactions to the FBI’s Dangerous New Targeting of 'Black Identity Extremists'

The FBI has a long history of dedicating valuable resources to the surveilling of black activists. Despite the violence and death in Charlottesville in August, a growth in white supremacist groups tracked by both the Southern Poverty...Show More Summary

The Tiki Torches Are Back: ‘Flash Mob’ Alt-Right White Nationalists Return To Charlottesville

Less than two months after the notorious “Unite the Right” rally sparked violence in the city of Charlottesville, Virginia, tiki torch wielding white nationalists, led by white supremacist spokesman, Richard Spencer, returned once more...Show More Summary

Richard Spencer And Fellow White Nationalists Return To Charlottesville

Less than two months after violence broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia, white nationalists returned to Emancipation Park on Saturday evening to rally in support of Confederate statues.

Trump Jr. defends dad's response to racial protests

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (AP) — Donald Trump Jr. on Thursday stood by his father's declarations that "both sides" were to blame after August's racially driven violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a white supremacist killed a counter-protester. President...Show More Summary

Word Searches About Racism Spike After Charlottesville, Merriam-Webster Says

After the violence in Virginia and Trump's reactions to it, the dictionary said that top lookups this week included "fascism", "neo-Nazi" and "bigot."

Charlottesville Resident Warns U.S. That White Supremacy Still Plagues Her City

last monthNews : Huffington Post

The people of Charlottesville struggle to move forward after the 'Alt-Right' rally incites racially motivated violence.

Charlottesville redux

On American history, the First Amendment, supremacist violence and the Antifa.

Report on Charlottesville violence expected by end of year

An attorney hired by the city of Charlottesville to evaluate its handling of white nationalist and Ku Klux Klan rallies has told city officials he will issue his report by … Click to Continue »

Smithsonian's African American History Museum Releases Statement on Charlottesville and Confederate Memorials

The events, says director Lonnie Bunch, are part of a 'long legacy of violence intended to intimidate and marginalize African Americans and Jews'

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