White Supremacy

Son of Tops Market Shooting Victim Copes By Speaking Out Against White Supremacist Violence

The son of victim, Ruth Whitfield, speaks widely about the factors surrounding the violence and hatred that killed his mother.

Texas Middle School Teacher Caught On Video Telling Students White Race Is Superior

School officials placed him on administrative leave for the ‘inappropriate conversation.’

Survey: 60 Percent Of Republicans Say White Supremacy Is A Problem In U.S.

But GOP voters and Democrats disagree on the severity of the problem in the face of white supremacist mass shootings and the Jan. 6 insurrection.

NY AG Report: Social Media Played Major Role In Radicalizing Buffalo Mass Shooter

Some online platforms are ‘breeding grounds for white supremacy,’ says New York Attorney General Letitia James.

Alabama Police Investigating Social Media Post Threatening Racial Violence At Local Fair

The domestic terror threat is reportedly from a suspected white supremacist targeting ‘every Negro’ attending the fair.

Sister Of Girl Killed In 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing Still Waiting For Compensation From State

Sarah Collins Rudolph was 12 when a KKK terrorist attacked killed four Black girls.

Soldier Who Said He Wanted Training To Kill Black People Booted From Military

The Pentagon says individuals with ‘extremist affiliations and military experience are a concern.’

Buffalo Mass Shooter Payton Gendron Says He Committed The Crime 'For The Future Of The White Race'

Federal prosecutors presented evidence in court to support hate crimes charges.

Son Of Buffalo Shooting Victim Testifies To Congress, Asking: 'What Are You Doing?

Garnell Whitfield Jr., lost his mother in the massacre and emotionally addressed lawmakers on the threat of domestic terrorism from white supremacists.

Staffers Say Lawmaker Fired Them For Criticizing His Weak Response To Buffalo Shooting

NY Assemblyman Patrick Burke was afraid of angering voters if he condemned white supremacy, former aides say.