Jan
30
Tue
Daryle Lamont Jenkins to Participate in Panel Discussion on Hate Groups @ Theatre N at Nemours
Jan 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Executive Director of One People’s Project will join others to discuss how to deal with hate groups that are feeling some sort of momentum with Donald Trump in the White House. He and others who were there in Charlottesville, Va. on Aug. 12 will be there to give there perspectives on that particular day and how we can build the opposition against fascism even more in its wake. This is co-sponsored by Co-sponsored by the Islamic Society of Delaware (ISD) and YWCA Delaware.

Feb
26
Mon
CANCELED Neo-Fascist Britain First Calls Rally for Trump at London’s U.S. Embassy
Feb 26 @ 11:00 am – Feb 27 @ 8:00 pm

We are learning that Donald Trump is planning a visit to the U.K. so he can open the new US Embassy and Britain First folks – the neo-Fascist group that saw headlines after Trump saw fit to retweet some of their propaganda – are coming out to show their support for them. Well, they are going to have company. A few folks who don’t like Trump – and damn sure don’t like Britain First will be there too, and they are going to be particularly loud about that opposition. We are sure Britain First will be none too pleased, but they won’t be voicing their displeasure in a tweet since Twitter canned their account.

UPDATE: After hearing that there was going to be massive opposition to his visit, Trump decided to cancel the trip. But he couldn’t say it was because Londoners didn’t want him there in the first place. Instead, he tweeted this:

And by the way, it was actually George W. Bush that signed off on it.

Apr
27
Fri
American Renaissance 2018: Twitter Might Have Banned Jared Taylor, but Not Montgomery Bell Park Inn! @ Montgomery Bell Park Inn
Apr 27 @ 5:00 pm – Apr 29 @ 5:00 pm

During last year’s American Renaissance (AmRen) Conference the website’s publisher Jared Taylor said that the conference might have outgrown the Montgomery Bell Park Inn that they have held this event for the past six years and may have to find a larger venue for 2018. Of course, the fact that the largest opposition to the conference was right outside as he said this could have made him thought that it might be time to go. But something must have changed because they will be back once again to infest this park just outside Nashville, and they are having it again in the spring as opposed to the summer outing of 2017.

Now last year’s conference took place just two weeks before the Unite the Right rally Charlottesville, Virginia, and that event, which left one person dead at the hands of a fascist, saw many that also attended AmRen 2017. Charlottesville also galvanized people around the world to be more proactive against this scum, and in the weeks and months that followed we saw not only more people coming out to oppose them at their events, some of their events being shut down beforehand, and a purge on Twitter of hatemongers to include Jared Taylor, we have also seen the neo-fascists become increasingly violent in response. “Our movement has seen dramatic progress but also startling setbacks,” AmRen says in their announcement. “We must take inspiration from the progress and learn from the setbacks.” So if the beautiful people of Middle Tennessee thought this might be over…nope.  They are still feeling their oats, and it is up to society to make oatmeal out of them! You can bet there will be opposition, and it will be larger than last year’s!

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