(RNS) — 'I'm obsessed with Star Wars,' says a turbaned man who appears in one of the videos that are part of the 'We Are Sikhs' media campaign.
(RNS) — A new book traces how white nationalists have cherry-picked Scripture to craft their exclusive ideology.
(RNS) — The Piano Man's yellow star was a good start. We need famous Jews to be activists against hate.
Brooklyn, N.Y. (RNS) — 'I took a lot of heat for joining, and I took a lot of heat for leaving,' said the Rev. A.R. Bernard.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — White supremacists carrying semi-automatic rifles were streaming past the synagogue, taunting congregants with phony Brooklyn accents and mocking Yiddish expressions.
(RNS) — A.R. Bernard cited a 'deepening conflict of values' with the administration.
(RNS) — 'Our youth and young adults especially need a place to process this assault on their being and the very soul of this nation,' they said.
(RNS) — It is not just the sun that is going into eclipse. It is human decency, and not just in Charlottesville.
(RNS) — March officials said they are 'working on ways to include the Jewish community' after sundown on Sept. 30, when the holiday ends, or the following day.
(RNS) — Footage from Charlottesville, Va., has prompted some clergy to sign up for an Aug. 28 march. 'This is much worse than we thought in terms of a spirit of hate and immorality,' Sharpton said.
(RNS) — 'Decrying white nationalists is an ethical lay-up for which no white person should feel the slightest hint of self-congratulatory pride,' writes the Rev. Noel Schoonmaker.
The LDS Church just reissued its statement on race and Charlottesville, and the 2nd release is a virtual smackdown of the alt-right -- including its Mormon adherents.
(RNS) — Some religious leaders criticized President Trump's initial response denouncing hatred and violence 'on many sides,' while a few conservative evangelicals rushed to defend the president.
(USA Today) — Others continued to question the delay in Trump speaking out against racism. 'The President of the United States should not have to be publicly shamed into condemning neo-Nazis and white supremacists,' Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Mich., tweeted.
(USA Today) The company, which is based in Scottsdale, Ariz., has drawn criticism for months for its willingness to provide a domain name for a website 'dedicated to spreading anti-Semitism, neo-Nazism, and white nationalism,' according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.