A Berkeley-based electrician who was listed as a featured speaker at last Saturday's deadly Charlottesville rally has now parted ways with his local employer, KTVU reports. Rosendin Electric's San.. bizjournals
On 15 August, US President Donald Trump once again blamed both sides for the deadly violence at the Unite the Right march in Charlottesville. One person was killed after the far-right marchers clashed.. Source: Newsweek -
Richard Spencer is the founder of the "Alt-Right" movement. The White Nationalist, whose appearances have provoked unrest, is paying to speak at a public event on the University of.. Source: Rumble -
Silicon Valley is finally cracking down on white supremacists.
Firms like Twitter, Spotify, chat app Discord, and even famously anti-censorship Cloudflare are taking action against racists and.. Business Insider
Speaking in an interview on Israeli television, white nationalist Richard Spencer Wednesday said Jews were “overrepresented” when challenged on antisemitism, adding Jews and Israelis should respect.. Raw Story
Alt Right, that amalgam of racists made up of Neo Nazis, Klansmen, white supremacists, assorted Crackers, and ‘fashy’ coiffed metrosexuals, took their Tiki Tour 1939 to Charlottesville in the hope.. Zero Hedge
White nationalists across the country are scrambling to find spaces for their events because many venues have banned them in the wake of violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. On Wednesday, the.. Raw Story
(AP) — A Muslim-American radio host is accusing the publisher of a notorious neo-Nazi website of defaming him by falsely labeling him the "mastermind" of a deadly concert bombing in England,.. SeattlePI.com Also reported by •SFGate
The University of Florida denied so-called “alt-right” leader Richard Spencer’s request to speak on campus in September, citing “serious concerns for safety.” The university decided against.. Raw Story
The University of Florida rejected a request by a group headed by white rights activist Richard Spencer, the president of the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist think tank.
The.. Epoch Times Also reported by •NPR
A white supremacist website that was banned by both of its US-based web hosts earlier this week has found a new home for its server — Russia.
The Daily Stormer was dropped by both GoDaddy and.. Business Insider