At least two former University of Kentucky basketball stars issued an ultimatum demanding their Hall of Fame plaques be removed from Louisville's Freedom Hall after KKK and Nazi memorabilia was sold at a gun show.
"We do not tolerate or condone racism at any level of our business," the bar's co-owner said.
A small Ku Klux Klan "kookout" in Madison, Indiana was overshadowed by the hundreds of protesters who showed up to ridicule the members of the Honorable Sacred Knights of the KKK.
"I don't think [Trump] knows a country called South Africa. He thinks SA is a continent.... He wants to polarize SA and reverse the gains we have made to build racial harmony, because all what he does is use fear factor," Zizi Kodwa said.
The white nationalists were far outnumbered by counterprotesters, and local residents, who packed Washington, D.C., to decry the march.
Though many, including the President, have accused Antifa of provoking violence, the activists see themselves as the first line of defense against fascism.
"Why hate these people just because they have different color skin than you?"
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Corey Stewart's media and advertising head railed against the NAACP as the "more violent" version of the KKK and demanded black leaders tell NFL players they must stand during the National Anthem.
Film director Spike Lee ridiculed President Donald Trump, whom he refers to as "Agent Orange," while comparing the blatant racism of the 1970s to the issues facing people of color in America today.
"What happened in Helsinki is historic," Duke tweeted. "Today Trump is a hero!"
"[Melania] looks like a coward," Maria Cruz Ramirez said. "She had to go in from the back."
The incident was filmed in a video that later went viral.
The local newspaper published an entire front page photo of a Ku Klux Klan flyer that was being distributed in the community.
Radio host Jesse Lee Paterson made the "vile" remarks during appearance on British television.
Trump's remark that "racism is evil" was part of a "reluctant mini-grovel," Wolff said.
"These people shouldn't even be calling themselves white nationalists," a Klan leader said about the alt-right.
Trump's rhetoric is priming racist movements to take more "daring" action, say historians of American white supremacism.
The fliers criticized the removal of Confederate flags monuments as a sign that people do not "respect the white majority of America."
The warrant was issued after the victim showed video evidence to police and a judge.
Many Ohioans apparently had no idea a marker commemorating the Confederacy even existed in the Northern state.