Jacques A. Pluss, 65, was charged with a felony count of second-degree arson when he was arrested this month.
by Jeff Kleiman
It’s because if you want to understand Charlottesville, it helps to understand our history of hatred.
SOURCE: The Los Angeles Times
The Assembly passed a resolution 41 to 5 to denounce comments by the president that seemed to equate white supremacists and neo-Nazis with the protesters demonstrating against them.
SOURCE: The Hill
A majority of Americans, 83 percent, said holding neo-Nazi views is unacceptable, the poll found.
by Ed Simon
Once again Donald Trump caters to the white racists who helped elect him.
SOURCE: Inside Higher ED
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