Hatewatch Headlines 8/16/2017 – Southern Poverty Law Center

New York Times: Trump gives white nationalists an unequivocal boost.

Washington Post: The nation can only weep.

The Atlantic: What the next round of alt-right rallies will reveal.

Slate: The First and Second Amendments squared off in Charlottesville, and the guns won.

Vice: How the Charlottesville driver became radicalized.

Huffington Post: Fears of white genocide are a key gateway to far-right radicalization.

New York Times: Before Charlottesville, a string of killings raised the specter of right-wing violence.

WIBC-TV (Indianapolis, IN): The murder of a woman protesting Nazis may fuel push to change Indiana law.

Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA): Idaho Rep. Heather Scott defends white nationalism, but experts say shes wrong.

The Verge: Discord bans servers that promote Nazi ideology, shuts down a number of accounts.

The Guardian (UK): Dillon Hopper, leader of Vanguard America, is a former U.S. Marine who served overseas.

CNN: Fox News, Daily Caller delete posts from January that encouraged people to drive cars into protesters.

LobeLog: Sebastian Gorkas long history of denying the threat of white domestic terrorism.

Business Insider: People who donate to white supremacist groups can get a tax break because the IRS considers many of them ‘educational.’

Associated Press: Two ex-guards in Ku Klux Klan convicted of plot to murder black inmate.

The Hill: Federal court finds Texas congressional-district maps discriminate against minorities.

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