Nantucket Police Chief William Pittman called the racist terrorism "probably more mischievous than it is sinister."
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.
"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."
A new move by President Trump would remove white nationalists and other hate groups from extremist databases — "absolutely a signal of favor to us," neo-Nazis rejoiced.
BLM and the Black community have condemned the heinous hate crime, which police have not connected to any group. Yet, #BLMKidnapping prematurely trended on social media.
According to a new report, nine out of 10 educators have noticed "a negative impact on students' mood and behavior" since the election. Education workers shared stories on what's changed in their schools since the election.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) released its newest report, revealing nearly 900 incidents of harassment and hate in the 10 days following Donald Trump's election.
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