In this installment of the Black History Month series, we take a look at the rise of the alt-right, the history of white supremacy, and the new anti-fascism color code.
We also delve into the history and legacy of the KKK, and discuss the importance of being a critical observer of the world.
If you’re looking for a primer on the alt right, the alt left, and fascism, you can check out our primer.
“I’m a racist.”
– Donald Trump, 2016 election speech, White House press briefing, February 4, 2018The alt right is a collection of white supremacists, neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other extremists who have been active since the early 20th century.
They share a strong dislike for all minorities, including Muslims and undocumented immigrants.
The alt right has gained significant support in recent years and is often described as a political party.
Its members espouse anti-immigration views and reject the idea of a multiracial America.
They also reject mainstream American values and politics, and often use racist language to describe others.
In the aftermath of the election, Trump’s white nationalist supporters held a march through the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2017, which led to clashes with counterprotesters and death.
“You know, if you’re a racist, a Nazi, you’re an idiot.”
– Charlottesville, Virginia protester, April 15, 2018 The alt-left has also been involved in the recent unrest in Charlottesville, and it was in the aftermath that Trump, who has been accused of being an ally of the far right, condemned the “alt-left” as “criminals, thugs, white nationalists and other assorted scum.”
The alt-Right was a reaction to the protests, which many in the alt Right view as an attack on their values.
It was founded in late 2017 by the online platform Stormfront and the National Policy Institute, and was organized by the alt wing of the Republican Party.
As the alt, white, and nationalist movement grows in prominence, the movement has come to embrace some of the most extreme elements of the right-wing.
In November, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that called for an all-out assault on illegal immigration, an effort that has drawn the support of many of the leaders of the Alt-Right.
The new alt-republican “Dump Trump” movement is led by Milo Yiannopoulos, a popular writer who has also received praise for his anti-immigrant views and for the disruption of the White House Correspondents Dinner in February 2018.
In addition to being anti-establishment and racist, the Alt Right has also often used violence, including violence directed at protesters and people who speak out against the alt alt-righters, as a means to further its agenda.
In February 2018, an alt-reporter, Heather Heyer, was killed when a man drove his car into a crowd of counterprotestors in Charlottesville.
A week later, a white supremacist drove a car into counterprotester Heather Hecker, killing him.
In May 2018, a gunman shot and killed 19-year-old black man Ezell Ford in a parking lot at the University of California, Berkeley, in what police believe was a hate crime.
A white supremacist shot and injured three people in a Black Lives Matter protest in Virginia, on January 11, 2019, which resulted in the deaths of three women and a man, including a woman who was stabbed to death by a white nationalist.
Last summer, the white nationalist David Duke and his son David Duke Jr., both of whom have been in prison since September 2018, held a “white power” rally at a park in Charlottesville in which they allegedly attacked counterprotesting demonstrators and threatened to shoot and kill them.
White nationalists are also known to have clashed with police in the past.
There have been several cases of anti-fascist protesters being shot at and injured, including in September 2018, when a man was shot in the neck while trying to shield an anti-racist protester from being pepper-sprayed by two men.
Anti-racist protesters have also been the target of violent acts in recent months, with a woman killed in North Carolina in March 2018 after attempting to break into the home of a white supremacy activist.
At the end of May 2018 a white supremacist, James Alex Fields Jr., was killed by police after he drove his Dodge Challenger into a group of anti -fascists.
Several people have been killed in the violent clashes between the white supremacist group White Lives Matter and anti-white supremacist protesters in the city of Charlottesville over the past year.
Anti -facist protesters have been the targets of violence on multiple occasions.
In July 2018, a group of protesters on Columbia