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Right-wing white nationalists are co-opting the language used by left-wing anti-corporate activists in order to expand their racist movement.
This week highlighted the threat of white supremacy and the epidemic of gun violence in America, and how President Trump enables both.
Trump refers to Hispanic migrants as if they are an infectious disease while he detains them in inhumane detention centers. We must learn from history.
In the face of insurmountable evidence depicting the white supremacist terrorist threat, President Trump has actively weakened government efforts to combat it.
The white supremacist terrorist who targeted Hispanics in El Paso, Texas parallels rhetoric from President Trump and past white supremacist manifestos.
While Trump questions the patriotism of four congresswomen of color, he further reveals just how un-American, unpatriotic, and racist he is at his core.
President Trump ended his deeply racist week by praising the "send her back" chants he just disavowed the day before.
When Trump senses he's in political danger, he taps into the racial animus of his shrinking base. But if 2018 is any indication, this strategy will likely fail.
House Republicans put their names down on the wrong side of history and further solidified their party's descent into outright white nationalism.
Trump's presidency has just passed the 900-day mark and his dehumanizing policies, gaslighting tactics, and white nationalist tendencies are getting worse.