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In a special one-hour Democracy Now! broadcast, we examine two key influences on Wisconsin Sikh temple shooter, Wade Michael Page: The neo-Nazi music scene and pervasive white supremacism in U.S. military ranks.
The white supremacist views of Wade Michael Page, the deceased man accused of mass murder at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, may have been fostered in Ora...
WASHINGTON -- A former Department of Homeland security analyst who left the government after conservatives pummeled his report warning of right-wing e...
More details have come to light about the man who shot dead six worshippers and critically wounded three others at the Oak Creek Sikh temple in Wisconsin before he was killed by police.
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This kind of interfaith work might be compared to throwing a small stone into a pond: there is usually not a big splash but the ripples slowly proceed everywhere, bringing their important message.
With Rep. Ron Paul's rise in the Iowa polls, reporters are once again scrutinizing the congressman's old racist and homophobic newsletters.
Daniel Cowart, who plead guilty to 8 federal charges, including a plot to assassinate President Barack Obama and over 100 black people, has requested ...
It's not "normal" for a former skinhead, ex-convict, recovering heroin addict from South Philly to end up working with professional hockey teams and giving speeches. But Frank Meeink isn't normal.
"When I look at an old picture of myself as a skinhead, I feel ashamed. Every day I try and do teshuvah,"...
Former skinhead Frank Meeink, whose life story was used for Edward Norton's character in American History X, shifted his perspective on skates.
In journalism, white people who are granted the role of analyzing everyone, including African Americans, who are likely overlooked or spoken for by white expert opinion.
At a recent Prop 8 rally Brad Dacus, an official campaign spokesman, actually compared the right of same-sex couples to marry to the rise of Adolph Hitler and Nazi Germany.
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