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A Year Later, Charlottesville Battens the Hatches
Jason Kessler is trying to hold another Unite the Right rally on Aug. 12
- The clock is ticking down on the Aug. 12 anniversary of the Unite the Right rally that led to deadly violence in Charlottesville, and white nationalist Jason Kessler wants to throw another event to mark it. The city of Charlottesville is taking him to federal court to try to block...
Suspect in Charlottesville Car Attack Pleads Not Guilty
James Alex Fields enters his plea in federal court Thursday
- The man accused of driving a car through a group of peaceful protesters in Charlottesville, Va., last year has entered a plea of not guilty in federal court. James Alex Fields Jr. , who is accused of 30 federal hate crimes, entered his plea Thursday. Prosecutors say the Ohio man's...
NPS Gives OK for 'White Civil Rights' Rally in DC
Organizer Jason Kessler led the Charlottesville rally last year where Heather Heyer was killed
- Police in Washington, DC, are going to be busy on Aug. 11 and 12: The National Park Service has given initial approval for Jason Kessler, organizer of last year's deadly "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, to hold rallies to mark the anniversary of the Virginia event, WSET...
White Supremacist Guilty of Charlottesville Beating
He could get 10 years for attack on DeAndre Harris
- A white Arkansas man charged in the beating of a black man during a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., has been found guilty of malicious wounding. Jacob Scott Goodwin, 23, was found guilty Tuesday for the August attack on 20-year-old DeAndre Harris, the AP reports. He is the...
Judge Rules in Case of Man Beaten by White Supremacists
DeAndre Harris acquitted of assaulting white nationalist in Charlottesville
- A black man beaten up by a gang of white supremacists last August in Charlottesville only to later be charged himself with assault was found not guilty Friday, the
reports. According to Al Jazeera , 20-year-old DeAndre Harris was attacked by at least six white nationalists in a parking...
Florida Teacher Pulled From Class After Podcast Surfaces
Dayanna Volitich says white nationalist views espoused in podcast were 'satire'
- A 25-year-old Florida middle school teacher is in the news following a HuffPost report published Saturday that linked her to a podcast it alleged she hosted under the name "Tiana Dalichov" that espoused white nationalist views. The teacher in question, Dayanna Volitich, has been removed from her classroom at...
Nazi Sympathizer in
Profile Says He Was Fired
Tony Horvater says he has been forced to move
- A Hitler fan in the heartland says he has lost his restaurant job in the wake of a controversial
New York Times
profile and has been forced to move out of his home. Ohio resident Tony Horvater, described by the
as "the Nazi sympathizer next door," tells...
Amid Counterprotest, 2nd 'White Lives Matter' Rally Canceled
League of the South holds 2 events in Tenn., cancels the latter
- White nationalists descended on Shelbyville, Tenn., on Saturday in a rally they called "White Lives Matter," but after meeting a heavy presence of police and counterprotesters, organizers canceled a second protest planned later in the day in Murfreesboro. A rep for the League of the South, which planned...
Alt-Right Leader Heckled During Speech at UF
Richard Spencer's speech 'mostly drowned out,' per one newspaper
- Richard Spencer gave his much-anticipated speech at the University of Florida in Gainesville Thursday and, not surprisingly, the white supremacist leader was greeted with protests. CNN says the "vast majority" of those protesting at the event were against Spencer, and that many of those inside the venue where he...
Florida Declares State of Emergency Before Alt-Right Speech
Richard Spencer to speak in Gainesville Thursday
- White nationalist Richard Spencer is scheduled to speak at the University of Florida on Thursday, and authorities are treating him like an approaching hurricane: Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in Alachua County, which includes the Gainesville campus where Spencer will speak, the
New York Daily News
White Nationalist to Speak at UF. His Cost: $10K. UF's Cost: $500K
Richard Spencer event scheduled for Oct. 19
- As one university faces a lawsuit over its refusal to host white nationalist Richard Spencer, another is reluctantly conceding to the idea. The University of Florida says it will allow Spencer to speak on its campus on Oct. 19 in what will be the alt-right leader's first college event...
Senate Unanimously Condemns White Supremacist Groups
Measure calls for Trump to denounce hate groups
- They can't agree on much—but they're pretty clear that they don't like Nazis and the KKK. A resolution condemning white supremacist groups and the "domestic terrorist attack" in Charlottesville last month passed the Senate unanimously Monday night, the
reports. The measure, introduced by a...
Michigan State Blocks White Nationalists, Gets Sued
Richard Spencer couldn't get a conference room
- Michigan State University is being taken to federal court for denying white supremacist Richard Spencer a chance to speak on campus. Attorney Kyle Bristow, former president of the MSU chapter of the conservative Young Americans for Freedom group, accuses the university of violating the First and Fourteenth amendments by refusing...
Suspect in Charlottesville Beating: I Hit Victim 'One Time'
Alex Michael Ramos arrested in Georgia, to be extradited to Virginia
- A Georgia man is in custody and set to be extradited to Virginia for his alleged role in the beating of a black man during the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. The
reports that 33-year-old Alex Michael Ramos turned himself in to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office...
Police to Crying White Nationalist: Turn Yourself In
They have arrest warrants for Christopher Cantwell
- The University of Virginia Police Department has obtained warrants for the arrest of white nationalist Christopher Cantwell, the
reports. Cantwell is one of the white nationalists who gained the most attention after the Charlottesville violence thanks to his role in a Vice News documentary and a YouTube video...
White Nationalist Gains Notoriety After Virginia Violence
Christopher Cantwell was featured in Vice News video, now blocked on Facebook
- One of the white nationalists who has gotten the most attention after last weekend's violence in Charlottesville is New Hampshire's Christopher Cantwell, thanks to his role in a Vice News documentary about the rally. But the attention isn't necessarily turning out to be a good thing for...
Sisters Say They Were Heading Home in Va. Then, 'Mayhem'
Micah and Tadrint Washington, injured in Charlottesville, sue white nationalists
- Two sisters injured in Saturday's violence in Charlottesville, Va., are suing suspect James Alex Fields Jr., rally organizer Jason Kessler, and more than 20 alt-right and neo-Nazi groups for $3 million. In their lawsuit, Micah and Tadrint Washington say they were injured when Fields plowed into a crowd of...
Man ID'd by Internet as White Nationalist Wasn't
Doxxing Charlottesville marchers is effective but risky
- Internet sleuths working to publicly identify and shame the white nationalists, neo-Nazis, and others who attended last weekend's "Unite the Right" rally in Virginia have had some success—one man lost his job , another was disowned by his family —but their efforts aren't without their risks....
Father of White Nationalist Marcher Disowns Son in Letter
'I pray my prodigal son will renounce his hateful beliefs and return home'
- The father of a self-described white nationalist who marched at Saturday’s “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., says his son is no longer welcome home. Pearce Tefft of Fargo, ND, posted the open letter on INFORUM Monday, writing that his son Peter’s values are not shared...
Employer Cans Virginia Protester
'The actions of those in Charlottesville are not supported by Top Dog'
- A man who traveled from Berkeley, Calif., to attend the Charlottesville protests won't have a job when he gets home. The Top Dog hot dog chain fired Cole White after he was identified on social media as one of the white nationalist protesters in the Virginia city, the
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