The Department of Justice’s highest-ranking official—a proud, lifelong white supremacist—has the power to criminalize and imprison Black people. And he is using it to the fullest extent.
From their chants in Charlottesville to their words about Heather Heyer in the wake of her murder, white male supremacists have publicly revealed that they’re terrified they don’t measure up.
The man who mowed down anti-racist activist Heather Heyer and injured 35 others used to beat his mother. And he's far from the only white supremacist with a history of domestic violence.
The complicity of silence is as violent as the racist brutality we witnessed in Charlottesville from the tiki-and-gun-wielding fascists who revealed their terror over "being replaced."
The gun-owning organization’s manipulative, lie-spewing, fear-mongering recruitment video is nothing short of a call to violence—and a testament to who they really are.
Anger is what got Trump elected. And rage is what is going to galvanize us to protect our rights.
The GOP candidate didn't start racism in America, but he's given it a platform and brought it to full boil. And it's not going to simmer down any time soon.
The White supremacist group has been terrorizing Black Americans for nearly 150 years. And now the KKK is poised for its first—and potentially worst—resurgence since the 1960s.