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In his racist tweets targeting "The Squad" of freshman congresswomen of color, President Trump further bares the ugly face of his white nationalism.
The anti-immigrant rhetoric we're seeing in Europe and from President Trump is not only dehumanizing, it has a dangerous resonance in history.
A day after a Twitter executive reiterated the company’s commitment to “healthy conversations,” they suspended David Neiwert, an expert on white supremacy.
In his latest book, David Neiwert, journalist and leading expert on the radical right, details how the rise of the far right lead to the election of Trump.
White supremacists are building an internationally cooperative terrorist movement - a movement Trump stokes while curtailing the mechanisms combating it.
Like in the UK's "Yellow Vest Movement," the radical right is very skilled at hijacking movements unrelated to their own. How do we combat this?
The Trump administration tried to downplay the New Zealand terrorist's white supremacist views and the global threat of the radical right. That's dangerous.
As the threat of radical right-wing terrorism grows around the globe, President Trump will not name it or combat it. Instead, he has decided to help fuel it.
After a radical right-wing terrorist murdered 50 Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand, President Trump downplayed the threat of white nationalism - a threat he has helped to fuel.
As news of Jussie Smollett's arrest captured the airwaves, the arrest of a neo-Nazi terrorist appeared to fall by the wayside.