Ethnonationalism is the Inevitable Afterbirth of White Supremacy

An issue civil society doesn’t talk about enough is ripping the United States apart

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The United States briefly had a conversation about racism and extremism in the aftermath of the most recent mass murder of Black people. Hateful attacks on non-white groups continue to grow across the country. Whether…

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Freelance Advocacy Journalist: Politics, Race, Extremism, Disinformation | Editor: The Antagonist Magazine | Bylines: Latino Rebels, Momentum, GEN, more | #WEOC

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Arturo Dominguez

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Freelance Advocacy Journalist: Politics, Race, Extremism, Disinformation | Editor: The Antagonist Magazine | Bylines: Latino Rebels, Momentum, GEN, more | #WEOC

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