Attacks from right-wing activists and Republicans congressmen continue in what seems to mirror Trump's division and hate tactics.
White Republican men continue to try to discredit and silence women in Congress.
In the latest, a New York Congressman decides Twitter is a place to discuss his lies about Ilhan Omar, a Muslim Congresswoman who he claims is a terrorist sympathizer.
Identity Evropa leader, whose group believes in returning people of color back to native homelands, posts tour photos. Meanwhile, Trump calls Black reporter's white nationalism question "racist."
Patrick Casey, leader of alt-right white nationalist group, Identity Evropa, and Charlottesville marcher, posted a visit to the White House on social media this week:
Evropa has landed at the White House! pic.twitter.com/nlExBhNP4V
— Patrick Casey (@PatrickCaseyIE) November 7, 2018
$5M bail set for Samuel Woodward.
Update 9/17/18, 6:21 P.M.
Neo Nazi's Lawyer Steps Down as Court Date Pushed to November
Bail for Samuel Woodward, accused of stabbing 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein to death in January, has been set at $5 million, and Woodward needs a new lawyer.
Students and schools reject history of hate.
Richmond's J.E.B. Stuart Elementary School, named after a Confederate general, decided on using the name of the nation's first Black president as their break from hateful history's grip.
"I am not a hateful or discriminatory person," Faith Linthicum said.
The woman who said unarmed Stephon Clark "deserved" to die because he was "being stupid" has raised close to $25,000 in a GoFundMe account.
Faith Linthicum was fired from Kaiser Permanente after writing on Facebook that Clark, a young father of two, had it coming when he was shot in the back repeatedly by two Sacramento police officers.
Nantucket Police Chief William Pittman called the racist terrorism "probably more mischievous than it is sinister."
Police in Massachusetts are searching for the culprit who wrote a racial slur on a historic African American museum, an act the police chief called "immature."
President Trump is the first sitting president to speak at the Values Voter Summit, put on by the Family Research Council (FRC).
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), President Donald Trump spoke to a hate group last week — and he was a hit. The Family Research Council, which is on the SPLC hate group list, invited the 45th president to speak at the Values Voter Summit, an annual socially conservative conference. This proved to be a political layup for Trump, the first sitting president to speak at the conference, amidst the turmoil surrounding his administration.
The move by the company has sparked debate about First Amendment rights and corporate discrimination policies.
Home rental service Airbnb has been cancelling the accounts of people who booked rentals in relation to a far right wing rally in Charlottesville, Va., a move that has angered white nationalists and prompted First Amendment debates.
As racially divisive rhetoric and hate groups become more mainstream, "the platform for the alt-right" is trying to fit in, too — but advertisers are already running away.
The campaign and subsequent election of President Donald Trump have made hate groups and words more mainstream. And Breitbart News seems to be attempting to assimilate, too.
"Did you think that the election of Trump, a president endorsed by the chair of the American Nazi party … was going to usher in a wave of inclusiveness that would include Jews?"
"2016 was an unprecedented year for hate … with a resurgence of white nationalism that imperils the racial progress we've made … and a president whose policies reflect the values of white nationalists."
The number of hate groups in the United States reached near-historic highs in 2016, rising for the second straight year, with the amount of anti-Muslim hate groups tripling from 2015, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center's (SPLC) annual Year in Hate report released Wednesday.