As the conflict between Israel and Gaza continues, a group in Boca Raton standing in solidarity with Israel was attacked with hate speech after a group of anti-Semitic extremists drove past declaring, "Hitler was right."
Far-right groups are again hoping for mass events to take place at the same time on Saturday, with little indication of any probable success.
A photo of the avowed white nationalist became one of the most prominent images of the deadly far-right demonstration.
We must listen to understand the research, the lived experiences of Black people and their voices graciously telling us what exactly we need to do.
Burt Colucci is accused of pointing a loaded gun at a Black man and threatening to kill him, police say.
NSW Police Minister says "police are the people to trust, the police of the people to go to, and this sort of this sort of indoctrination is going to scare these children away from, from the policing and will put their lives in danger."
The new "America First Caucus" promotes "Anglo-Saxon political traditions" and opposes immigration as a threat to America's unique cultural identity.
Genesis Houpe, who is Black, said she believes she's been targeted by the white supremacist hate group on two separate occasions.
Undeterred by their failure last weekend, white supremacists are promoting a "peaceful march" in May.
The flag has been hailed by some as a symbol of police solidarity, but has also been criticized for symbolizing white supremacy.
Activists have responded that the call for face coverings harkens back to rallies at the height of the KKK in the early 20th century.
The Orange County chapter of the NAACP released a statement Saturday clarifying that it is not involved in the upcoming counter-protest in Huntington Beach, California.
A few California cities have seen white supremacist propaganda being locally distributed ahead of a White Lives Matter rally planned for April 11 at Huntington Beach.
Police forces across the country said they are aware of online discussions by neo-Nazis ahead of coordinated events on Sunday.
Huntington Beach council has approved an anti-racism event the weekend after the white supremacist gathering.
Gab is an alternative social media network that champions free speech, and has attracted neo-Nazis, white supremacists and conspiracy theorists.
The white supremacist propaganda appears outside homes in Newport Heights as authorities say they are aware of Huntington Beach rally.
Robert Rundo has been actively trying to network with white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Eastern Europe.
Filipe Martins, President Bolsonaro's special adviser for international affairs, is accused of making the gesture during a Senate hearing about COVID-19 vaccines.
"Charlottesville is anchored in white supremacy and rooted in racism. Charlottesville rapes you and covers you in sullied sheets," she wrote on Facebook.
The Church of the Ku Klux Klan plans to hold a "White Unity Meet & Greet" on private land in Auburn on April 3.
The ADL said there were a total of 5,125 cases reported last year, an average of 14 incidents per day, compared to 2,724 in 2019.
Earlier this week, GOP Senator Tim Scott and CNN host Don Lemon, who are both Black, sparred over race, after Scott said that "woke supremacy" is as bad as "white supremacy."
The South Carolina Senator was responding to MSNBC host Joy Reid's claims the GOP used him to show a "patina of diversity."
FBI Director Christopher Wray condemned the violence of the Capitol riot on January 6 while testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday and said the FBI so far has arrested more than 270 individuals allegedly involved.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation gave $1 million to boost something called "Equitable Math," which aims to strip white supremacy from classrooms.
The reactionary Fox News host has said there was no white supremacy during the violence on January 6 despite an officer saying police were beaten with Confederate flags while protecting the Capitol.
Dozens of people attended the anti-racism rally in Grosse Pointe Park on Sunday.
"This is stupid," said Democratic lawmaker Ted Lieu of the decision by the San Francisco school district's art department.
Missouri Democratic Representative Cori Bush said Friday she could not "continue to look over my shoulder wondering if a white supremacist in Congress" was planning action against her or her team.