More than 950 hate groups operated in the country last year, with the majority focused on white supremacy, the Southern Poverty Law Center says.
WHEN WORDS LOSE THEIR MEANING: UChicago criticized for promoting ‘white supremacy ideology.’
Charles Leonio/Getty The post-Potter career of Daniel Radcliffe, one of Hollywood’s humblest, has been punctuated by risks that few actors, let alone a global superstar whose films have grossed in the billions, are willing to take. There...Show More Summary
The number of U.S. hate groups expanded last year under President Donald Trump, fueled by his immigration stance and the perception that he sympathized with those espousing white supremacy, the Southern Poverty Law Center said on Wednesday There were 954 hate groups in the country in 2017, marking...
HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Event on ‘white supremacy’ organized in response to Shapiro. And they’re really weaselly about it: “‘We do not know whether Ben Shapiro is a white supremacist,’ organizers of the event told Campus Reform. ‘What we know is that we have received an outpouring of support.'” I don’t know whether the organizers […]
This is the content that I consumed as I ate lunch today.In fact PLEASE ALLOW ME TO WORK BACKWARD so you can understand my reasoning, as expressed in the titlePREQUAL - The term "Politics Of Respectability" was yet another fraudulent...Show More Summary
In a time of bald-faced white supremacy and discrimination, the Nebraska exhibition Monarchs feels vitally relevant. The post 37 Artists Native to the Americas Weave Stories of Migration and Geography appeared first on Hyperallergic...
Maybe those claims that this miscreant was part of the "Republic of Florida" white supremacy group were all a lie, which the media pushed to the hilt because it made them feel so damn good....
National Review ’s latest digital magazine is out today for subscribers, featuring Kevin D. Williamson on the intellectual emptiness of “white supremacy.” Also inside you’ll find Robert VerBruggen on the encouraging future of racial integration and Douglas Murray on Edward St. Show More Summary
He governed as a man distorted by the violence and oppression of white supremacy.
A farm in Virginia has faced a backlash for displaying a roadside sign that urged passersby to "resist white supremacy". The team at family-owned Cox Farms in Centreville, Virginia, said they used their signs to promote “messages of inclusion” about Black Lives Matter, immigration and other social issues. Show More Summary
The owners of Cox Farms have always taken politically charged stands at their Northern Virginia property, but they were floored by the massive backlash to this one.
Right-wing media called a professor 'mentally deranged' for suggesting that cultural appropriation might be hurtful. A recent Fox News headline, “Americans who Practice Yoga Contribute to White Supremacy, Michigan State University Professor Claims,” dangled like red meat before its readers, begging them to snap. Show More Summary
Boston Police Department Dragged After Honoring White Man For Black History Month White privileged folks really make EVERYTHING about them…and they tried to come for Black History Month yesterday. Someone behind Boston’s Police Dept’s twitter tweeted a tribute to
We couldn't have said it better ourselves. The owners of a family farm in northern Virginia publicly announced their opposition to white supremacy — and then responded on Facebook to the racist backlash. Cox Farms posted “resist white...Show More Summary
Years ago, I used to party with some folks from Centerville, Virgina's Cox Farms, a well-known and well-loved family farm, produce market, and host of an amazing annual Fall Festival. I found them a bright, creative, and fun-loving gaggle of humans who were extremely passionate about food production and building community around food. Show More Summary
The owners of a family farm in northern Virginia publicly announced their opposition to white supremacy — and then responded on Facebook to the racist backlash. Cox Farms posted “resist white supremacy” on the sign in front of their Centreville destination, where they hold...
Click here for reuse options! He called the Las Vegas massacre white supremacist violence. Then he lost his job. An associate professor of politics and global studies at Drexel University was effectively forced out of his position after describing the Las Vegas massacre as a product of a "white supremacist patriarchy" that must be dismantled. Show More Summary
The author discussed white supremacy and privilege at the University of Missouri.
ANALYSISI do not listen to "The State Of The Union" by Trump or Obama......I observe the SECOND ACT actors and their RESPONSE to the source material.As such I try to limit my reactions to the latest BEEF between "White Supremacy Chasers"...Show More Summary