White nationalists want confrontation, says former white nationalist R. Derek Black, but overwhelming counter-protests, such as the one seen on Boston Common on Aug. 19, can serve to weaken the movement.
A former worship leader describes her experiences with racism at church and how reactions to the presidency of Barack Obama, among other things, pushed her away.
Former President George W. Bush gave a speech on Thursday rebuking the Trump administration, white supremacy and nativism.
Aaron Courtney, a high school coach and the son of a bishop, told reporters he felt God affirm his desire to hug a White man dressed like a skinhead outside of a contentious rally in Gainesville, Florida.
Richard Spencer, a white supremacist who wants to make the United States an ethnically European country through “peaceful ethnic cleansing,” will speak at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
In a new study based on interviews with former white supremacists, researchers find that many of those involved in such movements consider themselves as having been “addicted” to white supremacism.
When we talk about “whitewashing” or “Americanizing” Christianity, we are talking about a gospel that teaches people that White American culture is normal and ideal.