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Plaque on the exterior wall of École Polytechnique commemorating the victims of the massacre. (Photo: Josie Desmarais)
On December 6, 1989, a 25-year-old man, Marc Lépine, killed 14 women and injured 10 more at the École Polytechnique engineering school in Montreal, telling his victims that he was “fighting feminism.”

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President Donald J. Trump gives a thumbs-up as he is presented with a plaque of recognition by “The Nation’s Sheriffs,” Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019, at the South Portico of the White House. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)
Targeting local sheriffs and other law enforcement is an effort by FAIR to complement this direct access to the administration and develop support for its agenda outside the Beltway.
Small group poses for camera with US and Gadsden flags. In front, a child in pink jacket stands beside man wearing a brown camo jacket with sign pinned on it. Sign reads: "GUN FREE ZONES ARE KILLING OUR KIDS"
This wave of Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions and ordinances reflect the contemporary growth of CSPOA’s ideology.
come along with this carload of babies headline of evansville newsclipping 1911
The horrifying spectacle of mass detention, family separation, and the forced transfer of non-White children into White homes all recall important parts of U.S. history.
playground horse sits empty in the sun
Although the final goals of these seemingly disparate groups may differ, their shared strategy of commodifying Native American children reveals a colonial mindset that not only depicts Native American people as incapable of managing their own affairs, but


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Randy Forbes and Lea Carawan on Truth & Liberty Livecast
The recorded October 24 Project Blitz strategy call reveals a campaign that is at once growing in organizational infrastructure and capacity, and escalating its rhetoric against opponents of its theocratic agenda.
As White nationalism continues to recast the mainstream Right in its image, the many communities under threat must develop strategies and practices of solidarity, united by an expansive vision of a world where all communities can thrive.
Protesters hold various signs and banners at a DACA rally in San Francisco.
The influence of organized anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim movements is readily apparent in policy changes over the last two years.
Protest in support of DACA, September 1, 2017. Photo: Joe Flood / Flickr.
It should come as no surprise that President Trump disparages scores of countries while lamenting the lack of European immigrants coming to the U.S., as he reportedly did during a meeting with lawmakers in January 2018.


Effectively fighting mobilizations like those emboldened by Trump’s election requires accurately understanding their composition—one in which misogyny thrives alongside, and intertwined with, racism.