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The Boston 'Free Speech' Rally Ended Early When Only 20 White Nationalists Showed Up! LOLz!

Haha!!! White supremacists again prove themselves to be the most ridiculous group of losers in the country, and on the day of their HUGE 'free speech' rally planned for Boston… only about 20 of them..
Perez Hilton

Thousands march in Boston one week after Charlottesville violence

Thousands have taken to the streets in Boston to protest a right-wing "Free Speech" rally. Although the rally's organizers have distanced themselves from neo-Nazis, others feared white supremacists..
Deutsche Welle Also reported by •nola.com

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News video: Tensions high at Boston "free speech" rally

Tensions high at Boston "free speech" rally 01:47

Verbal altercations erupted and several demonstrators were arrested as thousands in Boston protest a "Free Speech" rally featuring right-wing speakers, with hundreds of police mobilized to..
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News video: Charlottesville Mayor,

Charlottesville Mayor, "Everything Changed Last Weekend" 00:41

Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer voted against moving the Robert E. Lee statue out of a city park earlier this year. He chose rather to create "a new context" around the statue of the Confederate..
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News video: Roundup of Late Night Hosts on Trump after Charlottesville

Roundup of Late Night Hosts on Trump after Charlottesville 00:48

The Hollywood Reporter rounded up responses from Late Night Talk Show hosts who commented on President Donald Trump's controversial response to the deadly Charlottesville protests. Their list includes..
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News video: Senator Ben Sasse Breaks Down Effects Of Charlottesville On FB Post

Senator Ben Sasse Breaks Down Effects Of Charlottesville On FB Post 00:46

After the tragedy of Charlottesville, Virginia, Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska took to Facebook to talk about the events that took place. In his post he said that many have expressed concern for more..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Anti-White Supremacists Rally Will Have Heavy Police Presence 

Anti-White Supremacists Rally Will Have Heavy Police Presence  02:43

Dallas police are preparing for thousands of people to descend upon city hall on Saturday for a rally against white supremacists.
Source: CBS 11 Dallas -

 

Soothing The Nation? Trump Struggles Like No Other President

For Susan Bro, mother of the woman killed at a rally organized by white supremacists, the president of the United States can offer no healing words.
cbs4.com Also reported by •Denver Post

‘Violence is coming’: GOP senator predicts bloodshed after Trump’s bungled Charlottesville response

Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) expressed his fear of more bloodshed in a frightening 1,300-word Facebook post titled, “The Next Charlottesville.” “I expect that violence will come when white..
Raw Story

Trump's total eclipse of American goodness and decency in political cartoons

Cartoonists burnt their retinas drawing the President of the United States, who defended white supremacists and monuments to traitors.
NJ.com

Six Flags parks will wisely stop flying Confederate flags

The six flags of Six Flags are looking a little different this weekend. Parks in Georgia and Texas have removed the Spanish, Mexican, French, Confederate, and Texas state flags that once flew over..
Mashable

Tech Censorship of White Supremacists Draws Criticism From Within Industry

A prominent privacy group has questioned the power a few corporations have to censor, as the number of tech companies blocking white supremacists and a neo-Nazi website grow.
Wall Street Journal

Tech companies have learned they have a responsibility to weed out extremism

tech companies have learned they have a responsibility to weed out extremism
In the aftermath of last year's presidential election, tech execs were unanimous in denying that their various platforms had anything to do with the spread of falsehoods, fake news, and outright lies..
Business Insider

Their families survived the Holocaust and World War II. For them, Charlottesville touches a raw nerve

Since groups of white supremacists and neo-Nazis began marching in Charlottesville, Va., on Aug. 11, sparking deadly violence and further protests there and demonstrations throughout the nation, more..
L.A. Times

Despite what we witnessed in Charlottesville, norms are still at work in U.S. society: Opinion

White supremacists tried to move their practices further into the mainstream. Instead, it elicited a broad coalition in opposition.
CBC.ca

Trump struggles with presidential duties as uniter-in-chief

trump struggles with presidential duties as uniter-in-chief
WASHINGTON: For Susan Bro, mother of the woman killed at a rally organized by white supremacists, the president of the United States can offer no healing words. She says the White House repeatedly..
WorldNews

The National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan Condemns Racist and Hateful Rhetoric, White Supremacists, the KKK, and Neo-Nazis

The National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan (NPEIV) condemns the violence, racism, and hatred shown in Charlottesville and stands in solidarity with victims of racist and..
PRWeb

Are Confederate monuments important works of art?

Confederate monuments of Civil War figures, who fought against the Union Army in an attempt to preserve slavery, have become central to the debate surrounding white supremacists and America's past.
SBS

Multi-Racial Business Groups Denounce Violence in Charlottesville

NEW YORK, Aug. 18, 2017 : Today, a coalition of multiracial business and community organizations that include African Americans, Hispanic, and Asian Americans raised their collective voice condemning..
newKerala.com

Donald Trump kicked a hornet’s nest when he fired Steve Bannon

After a week in which President Trump repeatedly took the side of white supremacists defending the confederacy, the Friday dismissal of White House strategist Steve Bannon is likely to launch a new..
Raw Story


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