America’s most notorious modern extremist movement collapsed after Charlottesville. But did it succeed in making its ideas mainstream?
Is Ryan Turnipseed an ‘alt-right Christian extremist’ or has the Lutheran Church gone woke?
How the government and its media allies overhyped a threat they helped create
It’s time to stop falling for transparent trolling by neo-Nazis. Here’s how to know when they’re misleading you.
How we got to the new normal
A Q&A with Kevin MacDonald, the country’s most influential white identitarian ideologue
Long before Pepe the Frog endorsed Trump, Japanese internet users created a new, ‘very online’ far-right political style. But why did it reappear decades later in the U.S.?
The suspect appears to be connected to anti-Semitic social media posts
Faith Goldy was fired from her Canadian conservative outlet after appearing on a podcast affiliated with the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer. She’d previously attended the Charlottesville rally. Today, a Republican politician glowingly endorsed her campaign for mayor.
How the Twitter mobs choose their targets
‘I had not been comfortable publicly being Jewish really for most of my life, and all of a sudden I was.’
They’re on to you, Judy Blume!
A deep dive into the movement, its troubling ideology, and its likely future
Why reporting trumps opinion
The insular, circular, and viraltastic history of a racist idea
The platform’s success is a reminder that the only long-term solution to bad ideas is better ideas
Digital fascism: anti-PC idol-smashing isn’t just a joke
Lessons from Italian-American anti-fascist Carlo Tresca, and from the Civil Rights era