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Borrowing from the charitable "Ice Bucket Challenge" meme of a few years back, Hill's supporters are standing by her Trump tweets by using the hashtag "#NaziBucketChallenge."

I am the descendant of a World War II solider& a Korea solider & both would call Trump a White Supremicist & so do I #NaziBucketChallenge

— rachel leishman (@RachelLeishman) September 15, 2017 Read more...

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Jemele Hill supporters take up the #NaziBucketChallenge

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As the fervor over anti-Trump comments made by ESPN’s Jemele Hill continuing to grow, her supporters are taking to social media armed with an incendiary hashtag to show solidarity.

Borrowing from the charitable “Ice Bucket Challenge” meme of a few years back, Hill’s supporters are standing by her Trump tweets by using the hashtag “#NaziBucketChallenge.”

I am the descendant of a World War II solider& a Korea solider & both would call Trump a White Supremicist & so do I #NaziBucketChallenge

— rachel leishman (@RachelLeishman) September 15, 2017 Read more…

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Borrowing from the charitable "Ice Bucket Challenge" meme of a few years back, Hill's supporters are standing by her Trump tweets by using the hashtag "#NaziBucketChallenge."

I am the descendant of a World War II solider& a Korea solider & both would call Trump a White Supremicist & so do I #NaziBucketChallenge

— rachel leishman (@RachelLeishman) September 15, 2017 Read more...

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Jemele Hill supporters take up the #NaziBucketChallenge

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As the fervor over anti-Trump comments made by ESPN’s Jemele Hill continuing to grow, her supporters are taking to social media armed with an incendiary hashtag to show solidarity.

Borrowing from the charitable “Ice Bucket Challenge” meme of a few years back, Hill’s supporters are standing by her Trump tweets by using the hashtag “#NaziBucketChallenge.”

I am the descendant of a World War II solider& a Korea solider & both would call Trump a White Supremicist & so do I #NaziBucketChallenge

— rachel leishman (@RachelLeishman) September 15, 2017 Read more…

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"There are not two sides to bigotry and there are not two sides to hatred,” the former California governor said in a video for ATTN. “If you choose to march with the flag that symbolizes the slaughter of millions of people, there are not two sides to that.” Read more...

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Arnold Schwarzenegger just told a Trump bobblehead doll what to say about Charlottesville

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Arnold Schwarzenegger knows a thing or two about Nazis — the original ones — having been born in Austria in 1947, shortly after the end of the Second World War. 

So, he felt compelled to send an “unequivocal message” to President Donald Trump … represented in Schwarzenegger’s video as a bobblehead doll (we’re pretty sure Trump will love that). 

“There are not two sides to bigotry and there are not two sides to hatred,” the former California governor said in a video for ATTN. “If you choose to march with the flag that symbolizes the slaughter of millions of people, there are not two sides to that.” Read more…

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OKCupid took the unusual step today of announcing that they'd discovered that white supremacist Chris Cantwell was a user.

"We were alerted by another dater on OkCupid who had been contacted by Cantwell recently," OKCupid told Mashable. 

After verifying it was him, they made the decision to ban him for life. Read more...

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Dating apps are now banning white supremacists

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Dating apps are taking a stand.

In the wake of last weekend’s events in Charlottesville and the ongoing fallout, several popular matchmaking platforms are taking steps to ensure their users feel they’re in a safe space by banning hate speech and white supremacists.

OKCupid took the unusual step today of announcing that they’d discovered that white supremacist Chris Cantwell was a user.

“We were alerted by another dater on OkCupid who had been contacted by Cantwell recently,” OKCupid told Mashable. 

After verifying it was him, they made the decision to ban him for life. Read more…

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OKCupid took the unusual step today of announcing that they'd discovered that white supremacist Chris Cantwell was a user.

"We were alerted by another dater on OkCupid who had been contacted by Cantwell recently," OKCupid told Mashable. 

After verifying it was him, they made the decision to ban him for life. Read more...

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Dating apps are now banning white supremacists

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Dating apps are taking a stand.

In the wake of last weekend’s events in Charlottesville and the ongoing fallout, several popular matchmaking platforms are taking steps to ensure their users feel they’re in a safe space by banning hate speech and white supremacists.

OKCupid took the unusual step today of announcing that they’d discovered that white supremacist Chris Cantwell was a user.

“We were alerted by another dater on OkCupid who had been contacted by Cantwell recently,” OKCupid told Mashable. 

After verifying it was him, they made the decision to ban him for life. Read more…

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None more so than the new cover from The Economist, which bluntly takes Trump to task for the way he equated Charlottesville protesters with the white supremacists that have long supported him and who were responsible for the deadly violence in Charlottesville. 

Our cover this week pic.twitter.com/lYD3HLXvSC

— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 17, 2017 Read more...

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A new round of magazine covers rip Trump for his Charlottesville stance

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It’s been a tumultuous, chaotic week following the violence in Charlottesville over the weekend. As outrage at Donald Trump’s comments continues to simmer, magazine covers are putting the president on blast. 

None more so than the new cover from The Economist, which bluntly takes Trump to task for the way he equated Charlottesville protesters with the white supremacists that have long supported him and who were responsible for the deadly violence in Charlottesville. 

Our cover this week pic.twitter.com/lYD3HLXvSC

— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 17, 2017 Read more…

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None more so than the new cover from The Economist, which bluntly takes Trump to task for the way he equated Charlottesville protesters with the white supremacists that have long supported him and who were responsible for the deadly violence in Charlottesville. 

Our cover this week pic.twitter.com/lYD3HLXvSC

— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 17, 2017 Read more...

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A new round of magazine covers rip Trump for his Charlottesville stance

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It’s been a tumultuous, chaotic week following the violence in Charlottesville over the weekend. As outrage at Donald Trump’s comments continues to simmer, magazine covers are putting the president on blast. 

None more so than the new cover from The Economist, which bluntly takes Trump to task for the way he equated Charlottesville protesters with the white supremacists that have long supported him and who were responsible for the deadly violence in Charlottesville. 

Our cover this week pic.twitter.com/lYD3HLXvSC

— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 17, 2017 Read more…

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None more so than the new cover from The Economist, which bluntly takes Trump to task for the way he equated Charlottesville protesters with the white supremacists that have long supported him and who were responsible for the deadly violence in Charlottesville. 

Our cover this week pic.twitter.com/lYD3HLXvSC

— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 17, 2017 Read more...

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A new round of magazine covers rip Trump for his Charlottesville stance

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It’s been a tumultuous, chaotic week following the violence in Charlottesville over the weekend. As outrage at Donald Trump’s comments continues to simmer, magazine covers are putting the president on blast. 

None more so than the new cover from The Economist, which bluntly takes Trump to task for the way he equated Charlottesville protesters with the white supremacists that have long supported him and who were responsible for the deadly violence in Charlottesville. 

Our cover this week pic.twitter.com/lYD3HLXvSC

— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 17, 2017 Read more…

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Three people are dead. Others have to live with the fear of violent racism. But during a vigil Wednesday night in Charlottesville, people gathered in the name of peace. 

Here, on the University of Virginia campus, the crowd sings "This Little Light Of Mine." 

More than 1,000 people took to the streets, according to local NBC News reporter Victoria Wresilo.

Over 1000 people gather @UVA in candlelight vigil pic.twitter.com/GNFVQPBvHG

— Victoria Wresilo (@VictoriaWresilo) August 17, 2017 Read more...

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This is what Charlottesville looks like when people march for peace

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There’s nothing that can undo the harm done by the white supremacist rally that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend. 

Three people are dead. Others have to live with the fear of violent racism. But during a vigil Wednesday night in Charlottesville, people gathered in the name of peace. 

Here, on the University of Virginia campus, the crowd sings “This Little Light Of Mine.” 

More than 1,000 people took to the streets, according to local NBC News reporter Victoria Wresilo.

Over 1000 people gather @UVA in candlelight vigil pic.twitter.com/GNFVQPBvHG

— Victoria Wresilo (@VictoriaWresilo) August 17, 2017 Read more…

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Yet some were nonetheless caught off guard when their very public displays of hate were made, well, public. 

Twitter account @YesYoureRacist enjoined users to circulate photos of the Charlottesville marchers in hopes of identifying them over the weekend. It didn't take long for the account's popularity to surge and for the messages to flood in.

On Saturday morning, the account had close to 60,000 followers. By Tuesday afternoon, that had soared to 372,000. Read more...

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How @YesYoureRacist became the internet’s fastest tool to identify white supremacists

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On Friday, some of America’s most racist trolls hatched from their egg avatars to wave Home Depot tiki torches and chant their fave Nazi, KKK, and white supremacist slogans in Charlottesville.  

Yet some were nonetheless caught off guard when their very public displays of hate were made, well, public. 

Twitter account @YesYoureRacist enjoined users to circulate photos of the Charlottesville marchers in hopes of identifying them over the weekend. It didn’t take long for the account’s popularity to surge and for the messages to flood in.

On Saturday morning, the account had close to 60,000 followers. By Tuesday afternoon, that had soared to 372,000. Read more…

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