"Thank you, President Trump," former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke wrote.
Among the high-profile white supremacist Twitter accounts that have not been removed from the site is that of Richard Spencer.
Arthur Wagner's departure has caused a minor media sensation.
The far right is using the hashtag #mybordersmychoice in an attempt to co-opt a women's movement.
Editor Andrew Anglin boasted about his neo-Nazi site targeting kids for recruitment.
Neil Erikson publishes videos of himself ranting about his belief that radical Islam is destroying society.
A tweet from the Democratic party is providing fodder for far-right conspiracy theories.
Some people say John Schnatter's political views were the only reason they ate Papa John's pizza.
"I'm definitely not happy with how he has chosen to drive forward with white supremacy and neo-Nazis," she said in an interview with The Daily Beast.
Daily Stormer recently linked to a podcast praising mass murder as a form of political action.
A new poll found that 30 percent of soldiers believed white nationalism was a bigger threat than the conflicts in Iraq and Syria.
Trump's rhetoric is priming racist movements to take more "daring" action, say historians of American white supremacism.
"Even when people found out, they'd rationalize it, 'He's not really gay' or 'Gay and OK,'" Kevin Wilshaw said.
An ad for a white nationalist march in Charlotte urges people to "bring guns."
The World Jewish Congress says it demanded that Twitter blacklist the hashtag, which recalled the gas chambers used to kill Jews during the Holocaust.
The far-right Daily Stormer declares itself to be Yair Netanyahu's number one fan.
Andrew Anglin's website has been blocked by GoDaddy, Google and others following its comments on the Charlottesville violence.
"Know that it is possible for people to stand up and do the right thing, even when they are surrounded by evil."
Michael Dorf writes that the Neo-Nazi Daily Stormer was booted off one host after another.
Tobacco plantation owners encouraged racial hatred between blacks and poor whites.
Christopher Cantwell said he was terrified of the police.
The only difference now is that white supremacists believe they have an ally in the White House.
Trump's victory has energized young whites who were previously apathetic or apolitical.