Ku Klux Klan

Leo Frank, Jewish American lynch victim

On This Day: US Jew Leo Frank lynched by antisemitic mob

The lynching of Leo Frank was shocking with considerable historic implications, shining a spotlight on antisemitism in the South and helped inspire the formation of the ADL and reformation of the KKK

A Nazi's salute at a neo-Nazi rally in Kansas City, Missouri.

KKK-organized white power rally slated for September in Longview, Texas

The main organizers behind this are alleged by sources to be a man named Dalton Henry Stout and his father, George Bois Stout, Christian Identity Klansmen with noted track records.

Neo-Nazi activist (illustrative)

'White Lives Matter' marches organized by white supremacists coming to US

The march was allegedly organized by white supremacists through Telegram, a popular social media and encrypted messaging application.

Frazier Glenn Cross Jr.

Antisemitic mass shooter appeals death penalty verdict for 2014 murders

During the trial, he said he believes Jews have committed genocide against white people, and control both the media & Wall Street to the detriment of white Americans.

Yoni Appelbaum

The Capitol siege rattled him, yet Appelbaum is more worried about 2024

Hartman’s president, Yehuda Kurtzer, spoke with Yoni Appelbaum, the Atlantic’s Ideas editor, who also taught history and literature at Harvard University, Babson College and at Brandeis University.


White supremacist, antisemitic leader Tom Metzger dies

"Tom Metzger spent decades working against core American values as one of the most visible hard-core white supremacists in the country,” said Jonathan Greenblatt.


White supremacist pleads guilty in plot to blow up Colorado synagogue

Holzer faces up to 40 years in prison and a $250,000 fine when he is sentenced in January, prosecutors said.


Twitter permanently bans former KKK leader David Duke

Duke’s final tweet included a link to an interview he had conducted with Germar Rudolf, who was convicted of Holocaust denial in Germany.


Tennessee debates to remove KKK leader statue, replace with Dolly Parton

At the moment, local politicians are looking for options to replace the statue of the Confederate leader and a top candidate for that prominent real estate is Parton, who is from Tennessee herself.

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