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WHITE SUPREMACY

Male Supremacy
Male Supremacy

The Heinous Acts That Earned Male Supremacists Their 'Hate Group' Designation

The Southern Poverty Law Center designated two "men's rights" groups as hate groups earlier this week. Here's why they were right to do so.
Leila Ettachfini
2.24.18
Q&A
Q&A

The Hero Student Journalist Who Asked Richard Spencer About Getting Punched

We talked to Eman Elshahawy, a self-proclaimed "beautiful brown woman" who confronted the white nationalist during his speech at the University of Florida on Thursday.
Gabby Bess
10.20.17
RACISM
RACISM

How to Fight the Resurgence of Neo-Nazism in the Age of the Internet

Two women who have researched neo-Nazis on the internet for years share why hate groups are now being pushed onto the "dark web" and how "free speech" needs to be redefined for the digital age.
Steven Blum
9.5.17
Op-Ed
Op-Ed

BLM Co-Founder: It Is Our Duty to Dismantle White Supremacy

Patrisse Marie Cullors of the Black Lives Matter movement shares her thoughts on Charlottesville and the actions we need to take to move forward in the face of extreme bigotry.
Patrisse Marie Cullors
8.23.17
RACISM
RACISM

'They Do This to Millions': Black Reporter Threatened by KKK Leader Speaks Out

In an interview that aired on Sunday, Univision's Ilia Calderón endures racial slurs and outright threats of violence from her subject. She told Broadly it was a necessary sacrifice to show the reality of hate groups.
Gabby Bess
8.21.17
Op-Ed
Op-Ed

Mount Rushmore's Extremely Racist History

Following the growing movement to take down Confederate statues in the US, right-wing media have rhetorically asked if Mount Rushmore is next. But given that its history is deeply entwined with white supremacy, is that such an absurd question?
Bethy Squires
8.17.17
politics
politics

60 Protesters Turn Themselves In for Toppling Confederate Monument

After activist Takiya Thompson was arrested for her role in toppling a Confederate statue in Durham, North Carolina, dozens of protesters flocked to the sheriff's office in solidarity to turn themselves in.
Diana Tourjée
8.17.17
schools
schools

After Charlottesville, Schools Named After Confederates Consider Changes

There are over 100 schools in America named after Confederate leaders. After last weekend's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, students and administrators are calling for that to change.
Leila Ettachfini
8.17.17
RACISM
RACISM

Doxxing White Supremacists Is Making Them Terrified

“It’s hard to get a job, hard to make a living, hard to have a normal social life when all your friends and family know you believe in ethnic cleansing.”
Steven Blum
8.15.17
Charlottesville
Charlottesville

What It Was Like to Witness the Terror and Hatred on Display at Charlottesville

Activists reflect on spending a weekend in a town besieged by white supremacists and experiencing a domestic terror attack.
Callie Beusman
Zing Tsjeng
8.14.17
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saddest calendar on the internet

Report: Trump Uninterested in Fighting Extremism Unless It's 'Islamic Extremism'

Trump is reportedly focusing the Department of Homeland Security's counter-extremism program solely on Islam—despite the fact that violent white supremacists, who were emboldened by his win, pose a demonstrably greater threat to the American people.
Amanda Arnold
2.2.17
Trump
Trump

School Counselors Explain How They’re Dealing with ‘Frightening’ New Threats

Sarah Hagi
11.15.16