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Where Do I Begin?

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Where do I begin?

Do I begin at St. Paul’s on Friday night, when the white supremacists surrounded a sanctuary of worship after beating up a gang of peaceful students, threatening and intimidating the people who came to answer the call of the God of justice? 1,257 more words

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Trump Times Entry 280 - We Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

We Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

August 16, 2017

#SAD

Finally out of the closet, the Donald took up the neo-Nazi cause in earnest yesterday. In a shameless display of bullshit equivalence and pandering Trump defended the fine people who demonstrate by torchlight while chanting anti-Semitic and racist slogans. 153 more words

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San Francisco Tech Company Helps Neo-Nazi Site Stay Online

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/AP) — While Mountain View-based Google moved quickly to distance itself from neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer in the wake of the Charlottesville attack, one San Francisco company has helped protect the site from online attacks. 1,056 more words

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'White Guilt': How to Acknowledge American History

In the wake of the events that unfolded in Charlottesville, VA, (and quite frankly, the events that have been occurring for centuries) I wanted to add my sort-of-white (we’ll get to that) opinion, in hopes that I can clear up some apparent confusion. 3,066 more words

Both the Daily Stormer and Red Ice Media Have Been Shut Down

In the wake of the violent attacks and subsequent murder at the Unite the Right rally this past weekend in Charlottesville, the world is turning on the Alt Right even more than it already has.  398 more words

Chicago's response to Charlottesville by Jacob Sutherland


​In response to the tragedy that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Friday and Saturday, organizers in the Chicagoland area came together to unite against the bigotry displayed by white supremacists and neo-nazis. 310 more words

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Mom Of Charlottesville Victim: 'You Didn't Shut Her Up'

CHARLOTTESVILLE (CBS SF & AP) — In a moving and inspiring eulogy, the mother of Heather Heyer — who was killed during Saturday’s violent protest in Virginia — asked mourners Wednesday to honor her daughter by opening a dialogue about the issues dividing the nation. 388 more words

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