by Cord J. Whitaker
The far right has long used chivalric language to advocate for white supremacy and the forcible defense of social hierarchy. A medievalist explains why their perception of history is wrong and how to respond.
SOURCE: St. Louis American
One group demanded that its anchoring sculpture, a statue of King Louis IX, come down as a token of reconciliation against the generations of hate they feel the statue represents. A collective of other groups, including individuals who said they belonged to The Catholic Church and white supremacists, stood in defense of the statue of the city’s namesake.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
Documentarian Daniel Lombroso followed several prominent white nationalist media figures for his documentary film White Noise, which will screen on June 20 through AFI.
SOURCE: Ohio State News
The alt-right take on the book, in a nutshell: The fact that some white Christians were once held as slaves by black Muslims essentially excuses slavery in America.
SOURCE: Politico Magazine
by Shaun Assael and Peter Keating
Forty years ago, a gang of Klansmen and Nazis murdered five communists in broad daylight. America has never been the same
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