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HuffPost interviewed white nationalist leader Richard Spencer the night before his speech at the University of Florida, and it's disturbing.
Prominent leader of the so-called "alt-right" movement Richard Spencer denies being a Nazi.
As Gainesville, Florida prepares for White Nationalist Richard Spencer to descend upon the town, the city’s mayor doesn’t hesitate to clearly classify him as a terrorist.
In a sense, Camil has always been "under fire." He has repeatedly endured the painful rejection of former comrades and been called a traitor by ex-active duty marines.
"I had the runs, I had to go," Cato said, according to an arrest report obtained by the Gainesville Sun. Cato is charged
How to Ruin Your Life in 14 Minutes: Or Why We Need a Serious Conversation About the Ethics of Social Media
Apart from reminding us that racism is still alive and well in the Obama Era, these Gainesville girls also remind us just how easy it is to commit reputation self-sabotage in the Social Media Era.
"I can't take a shower," Speanburgh explains. He's gone days without brushing his teeth. "I feel embarrassed." The activists