Eighty years ago tonight, thousands of Americans gathered in New York to rally behind the Nazi Party and its ideals. An Oscar-nominated short documentary retrieves footage of the event, but leaves out the context that gives it meaning.
How the Caribbean became a stopping point for the American journey of so many Jews
What we learn about Israel’s ethnocentrism by looking at groups inspired by Zionism
The Christian Identity movement, white supremacy, and the future of homegrown anti-Jewish terror
And the book that may have inspired the Squirrel Hill massacre
Notes from the American Inferno: a beguiling hate-monger peddles the old-time racism not of America, but of Europe
The Farrakhan Problem: The problem is the demonization of whiteness. But there’s a cure.
And how many of them are there, anyway?
A deep dive into the movement, its troubling ideology, and its likely future
Attention, mostly. And validation.
The Confederate side wasn’t the only one to indulge in postwar nostalgia—memorializing its heroes, victims, and symbols. But only one side kept fighting.
White supremacist starts more ‘inclusive’ branch of notorious hate group
Frazier Glenn Miller, a ‘raging anti-Semite,’ in custody for deadly JCC attack
Three Jewish families suing Pine Bush Central School District
Maybe dysfunction is getting a bad rap
B-movie sci-fi scheme unraveled by FBI, Schenectady Reform synagogue, and Ku Klux Klan informant. But was it dangerous?
The wild life of McCandlish Phillips and his most famous subject
With an American flag in her hand, my immigrant grandmother stood up to a gang of Texas roughnecks