8 Dec 2016

Everything you were afraid to ask about white nationalism

Submitted by editor

Unless you work for an organization like the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks the activity of hate groups, or are a scholar of critical race studies, “white supremacy” and “white nationalism” aren’t likely part of your daily vocabulary. Or at least they weren’t until Trump’s bold expressions of racism and xenophobia — and hints that he’d support policies that reflect these concepts — began to inspire groups that embrace these ideas, making them newly relevant.