Members of the anti-fascist movement are tracking right-wing activists in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, creating a database of known targets.
While covering Sunday’s “Rally Against Hate” in Berkeley, California, Reveal host Al Letson jumped into the fray and shielded a man being beaten.
This week on Reveal, the mixed signals the Trump administration is giving on racial discrimination and violence, and the message they send to extremist hate groups.
Plus: a church shooting in Nashville is being investigated as a possible hate crime, and a list of who’s calling Trump a white supremacist.
The slayings echo other brutal killings that have happened this year.
Organizers of the Unite the Right rally had a clear plan, according to the group’s chat and conference calls. The group’s plan failed spectacularly.
If police had deployed tear gas, they could have dispersed the black bloc, but would have gassed hundreds of peaceful protesters.
The Golden Gate National Recreation Area issues a permit, citing the First Amendment, but bans all weapons from Saturday’s rally.
The California city and the organizers of a white nationalist rally have come to an unlikely agreement – at least for now.
After being kicked off GoDaddy’s domain name registration service, the white supremacist site moved to Google. Google quickly kicked it off, too.
Internet accounts of staging intended to sow violence may seem like idle speculation except recently similar suspicions have raised doubts even inside the White House.
Andrew Anglin faces a lawsuit that could destroy the Daily Stormer, one of the most influential in the online white supremacist ecosystem.
An analysis of nine years of domestic terrorism incidents by The Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute and Reveal has found a very different pict