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Rape on campus: Donald Trump and Betsy DeVos wind back Obama measures

First Donald Trump spoke up for white nationalists. Now he and his education secretary are accused of giving comfort to college sexual predators. But is that fair?
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

US theatre cancels Gone With the Wind screening due to 'insensitivity'

The cancellation came after the rally by white nationalists at Charlottesville earlier this month.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: White Nationalist's speech met with protests

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White Nationalist Richard Spencer gave a speech at the University of Florida that was attended by more protesters than white nationalists. Report by Russellcooperr. Like us on Facebook at..
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News video: 'Not in our town!' Protesters march against Richard Spencer at University of Florida

'Not in our town!' Protesters march against Richard Spencer at University of Florida 01:15

A crowd of protesters marched at the University of Florida on Oct. 19 against white nationalist Richard Spencer who delivered a speech on campus.
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News video: FL Brewery Offers Free Beer For Tossing Tickets to See White Nationalist Richard Spencer

FL Brewery Offers Free Beer For Tossing Tickets to See White Nationalist Richard Spencer 01:16

A Florida brewery is giving away free beer to people who give up their tickets to see white nationalist leader Richard Spencer. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@FantasticMrNate) has the story.
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News video: White Nationalists Face Opposition At Protest In Fairmount Park

White Nationalists Face Opposition At Protest In Fairmount Park 01:36

Alicia Nieves reports.
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News video: White Nationalists Face Lawsuits After Charlottesville

White Nationalists Face Lawsuits After Charlottesville 01:10

White nationalist groups and leaders are being sued over the Aug. 12 "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Tiki torches try to move on from Charlottesville

After its bamboo torches were held aloft by white nationalists during recent violent rallies in the US, Tiki Brand has distanced itself and stressed its family friendly ethos.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Battle for Charlottesville was a violent defence of white power

"We will not be replaced!" It sounds like the rallying cry of Luddites smashing machines, fighting the inevitable forces of progress. Instead, it was the chant ringing out over Charlottesville,..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

New generation of white nationalist groups flourish under Trump

Donald Trump's conservative politics has encouraged a movement of white nationalists whose extremist beliefs reject American multiculturalism.
SBS

Jennifer Lawrence joins campaign to identify white nationalists after rallies

"You can't hide with the internet you pathetic cowards!"
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Trump condemns white nationalists over Charlottesville violence

SBS World News Radio: In the United States, the under-pressure President Donald Trump has finally denounced the white nationalists at the centre of a car attack in Virginia.
SBS Also reported by •Brisbane TimesSydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Donald Trump under fire over weak response to white nationalists at Charlottesville rally

Donald Trump condemned hatred, bigotry and violence "on many sides" after clashes at a white nationalists' rally in Virginia capped off by incidents that left three people dead including a pedestrian..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Three dead as US white nationalists ignite clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia

Far-right protesters converged on Charlottesville to demonstrate against a plan to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee.
Brisbane Times


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