Alt-Right

Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., president and CEO of the National Newspaper Publishers Association, condemns the alt-right's anti-immigration agenda, calling on Donald Trump to "denounce bigotry and hatred, as well as to champion racial equality."

Self-avowed racist Richard Spencer was punched in the face by a protester during an on-camera interview following Donald Trump's inauguration.

Leslie Jones recently slammed Simon & Schuster because the publisher inked a deal with Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos, who was banned from Twitter after bullying the "Ghostbusters" actress last year.

A lawsuit, filed in California Superior Court in Alameda County, alleges that workers were ordered to use certain codes to identify Black customers at a Versace location in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Chip Berlet, a former senior analyst at Political Research Associates, believes the threat of racial violence is inevitable as a result of Trump's coddling of White supremacists.

The LA Times and other popular news sources have already begun normalizing the racist 'alt-right' movement.

Trump surrogates are backing the controversial appointment of Steve Bannon. Opponents worry about an alt-right leader influencing policy.