If the goal of descending on Charlottesville was to unite all factions of America’s nationalist movements, then it was a glaring failure.
The Orthodox Union responded by saying that it and other groups had expressed concerns about Trump’s Charlottesville remarks in a timely fashion.
This week, members celebrated Hanukkah as they’ve done every year, with the traditional menorah competition. But not all is the same.
Body camera footage showed one officer asking, “Do you know what we’re supposed to do?” Another responded, “I don’t know what we’re supposed to do.”
Dealing with fascists — on the left and the right — requires a method for finding our common humanity in the middle.
Charlottesville mayor Mike Signer never planned to be at the center of a national controversy.
On the heels of the summer’s Unite the Right rally, Miike Signer says he supports the legal push to ban future violent rallies.
Researchers found that only seven percent of protesters were women.
Bend The Arc, a progressive Jewish group, is planning to protest outside the office of New York Rep. Lee Zeldin on Monday.
Spencer vowed to continue to return to Charlottesville.