Murdock Residents Speak Out Against Church Accused Of White SupremacyThe Asatru Folk Assembly bought an abandoned Lutheran church in the Swift County town of Murdock and wants a permit to turn it into a Midwest regional gathering hall.
Minnesota Saw A Significant Increase In White Supremacist Propaganda In 2019The distribution of white supremacist propaganda in Minnesota saw a significant increase last year, jumping more than 160%, according to a watchdog group.
Muslim Leaders Call For 'Average Minnesotans' To Stand Against BigotryMuslim leaders in the Twin Cities plan to speak Friday against anti-Muslim bigotry in America and across the world following shootings at New Zealand mosques that left 49 people dead and dozens of others injured.
'This Is Not Tolerated': Jewish Community Leaders Speak Out Against Minnetonka Students In Nazi Salute PhotoSome students at a Twin Cities high school say they don't feel safe going to class Friday after an anti-Semitic social media post.
Family Denounces Fargo Man At Charlottesville Rally As 'Crazy Nazi'A Fargo man who was outed online as participating in the violent Charlottesville “Unite the Right” rally has been publicly renounced by his family, who called his worldview "vile, hateful and racist."
Anti-Racism Protest Held Outside Minnesota GOP HeadquartersA second rally was underway in Minneapolis Monday night in response to the violence in Charlottesville surrounding a gathering of white supremacist groups.
White Nationalists: Charlottesville Is Just The BeginningEmboldened and proclaiming victory after a bloody weekend in Virginia, white nationalists are planning more demonstrations to promote their agenda following the violence that left a woman dead and dozens injured.
Minnesotans Rally To Support Charlottesville Counter-ProtestersMinnesotans are planning to stand in solidarity with the counter-protesters who were injured and killed in confrontations with white supremacist groups this weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Concern After White Supremacist Posters Pop Up In FargoPosters with white supremacist and white separatist messages appeared earlier this week on telephone poles in downtown Fargo, prompting a hate group watchdog to be on alert.