A note found in the car of a man charged with opening fire on a Tennessee church on Sept. 24 referenced the deadly 2015 shooting carried out by a white supremacist at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina.
Antifa demonstrators in Portland, Ore., threw smoke bombs, rocks, and other objects at police while they protested an event held by the group Patriot Prayer on Sunday.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a liberal, Alabama-based legal advocacy nonprofit and civil rights watchdog, recently refused to designate the radical leftist movement known as “antifa” as a “hate group,” despite acknowledging that its members use violence and oppose free speech.
The City Council in Sacramento, Calif. last week unanimously approved the controversial “Advance Peace” program, through which the city offers cash stipends to gang members who remain peaceful.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) denounced the radical leftist group “Antifa” and its violence in Berkeley, Calif. over the weekend.
Antifa protesters in Boston accidentally turned on one another over the weekend, when one protester attacked a man simply because he looked like he could be a Nazi.
Dartmouth College has distanced itself from comments made by one of its professors on NBC’s “Meet the Press” over the weekend that appeared to defend violence from the “antifa” movement.
Two homicides occurred in Baltimore on Saturday despite the city’s 72-hour “ceasefire” initiative, a campaign promoted by local activists to stop violence and call for a murder-free weekend in the city.
Local Maryland group Baltimore Ceasefire is calling for a murder-free weekend in Baltimore using the slogan “Nobody kill anybody for 72 hours.”