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It’s been a year since the violence of the “Unite the Right” rally and the political turmoil of its aftermath. How did Charlottesville change the country? Has the alt-right withered under the new scrutiny or grown amidst the new visibility? And what responsibility do tech platforms have to stop the spread of hateful ideologies?

Links

- "The White Nationalists Are Winning" (Adam Serwer, August 10, 2018)
- “White threat in a browning America” (Ezra Klein, Vox,  July 30, 2018)
- “The Hate Report: The alt-right is down, but not out” (Will Carless and Aaron Sankin, Reveal, June 1, 2018)
- “The Defense That Failed White Nationalists” (Adam Serwer, May 10, 2018)
- “The Lost Boys” (Angela Nagle, December 2017 Issue)
- “The Hoods Are Off” (Matt Thompson, August 12, 2017)

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