Hatewatch Headlines 8/23/2017 – Southern Poverty Law Center

New York Times: The showdown over how to define fringe views in America.

CBS News: Hate rising: White supremacy is on the increase in the U.S.

Think Progress: White supremacists are running for office as Republicans; will the party respond?

Washington Post: Trump backers alarming reliance on conspiracy theory websites, in one chart.

Talking Points Memo: Relegated to fringe platforms, white nationalists are stuck in their own echo chambers.

Raw Story: Islamophobe Pamela Geller throws a fit after PayPal boots her in whitesupremacist purge.

Huffington Post: George and Amal Clooney donate $1 million grant to SPLC in effort to combat hate.

Cleveland Plain Dealer (OH): White man with pipe bomb arrested hours before Akron vigil for Charlottesville victims.

AlterNet: Seven key white supremacists and their links to Russias Vladimir Putin and to Trump.

Centre Daily Times (College Station, PA): Richard Spencer not welcome at Penn State, college president says.

Miami New Times (FL): White supremacist exploits Charlottesville tragedy to mount Florida Senate run.

Media Matters: Right Side Broadcasting parts ways with Nicholas Fuentes, who participated in Virginia rally.

Boston Herald: Gun-toting militia leader from New York is among the arrestees in Boston protest.

Record-Courier (Kent, OH): Leader of Ohio Minutemen Militia denies any link to white supremacists, neo-Nazis.

Rare Houston (TX): Were proud, not racist, proclaims leader of San Antonio Confederate militia.

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