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Matthew Heimbach of Traditionalist Youth Network Aligns With Racist Terrorists

Buried shallowly within the recent revelations that Matthew Heimbach, former leader of the Youth for Western Civilization/White Student Union chapters at Townson Univeristy, is now committed to attending and to speaking before violent neo-Nazi groups was an important confession. Heimbach … Continued


Recent Attack Reveals Long History of Violence Against Sikh Americans

On the evening of Sept. 21, Prabhjot Singh was attacked by a group of young men on bicycles as he walked near his home in Harlem. Singh is a Sikh man of Indian origin who wears a turban and has … Continued

One Year Later: Looking Back at Oak Creek

On Aug. 5, 2012, a white supremacist entered a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin and began shooting. Six people were killed and four were wounded. This past week, there have been vigils and tributes in Sikh and interfaith communities across the … Continued

Wait, Is FAIR Really Complaining about the “Politicization of Immigration Enforcement?”

When Hurricane Sandy hit, some hard-line GOP’ers took exception to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s supportive words for President Obama. When the attacks on our embassies occurred in Eygpt and Libya, Mitt Romney was widely denounced for attempting to spin … Continued

Center for Immigration Studies: Obama’s Policies Could Spark a Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn in US

Formed in 1985 the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) has long proved a vital organization within the constellation of groups that together comprise the contemporary anti-immigrant movement. Though residing behind the facade of an objective, unbiased group that simply researches … Continued


The Evolution of White Nationalist Music

Fifteen years ago, white power music ( aka hate rock) moved from the margins to the cultural mainstream of North America’s growing white nationalist movement. 1994 was the year that George Burdi (who has since renounced his neo-Nazi beliefs) incorporated … Continued


How youth can keep white power music out of schools

By Nora Flanagan The tragic Sikh temple shooting in Wisconsin has brought national attention to the relationship between deadly violence and white power music. With a new school year right around the corner, now is a good time to discuss … Continued