Many of us hoped the white nationalist movement that instigated last year's "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, would suffer a fatal blow. The majority of Americans condemned both the blatant bigotry displayed by the protesters and the president's failure to single out the nationalists as the perpetrators of the "hatred, bigotry and violence." He instead, said he saw that violence "on many sides."
This weekend's rally in DC was smaller and less potent than expected, but some experts warn the overall movement may be growing bigger than any of the marginalized individuals who represent it.
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- Brendan O’Connor - Freelance reporter covering fascism, white supremacy, and neoliberalism. His work has appeared in numerous publications including The Awl, The New Yorker, and The New York Times Magazine (@_grendan)
- Jane Coasten - Senior politics reporter at VOX with a focus on conservatism and the American Right. (@cjane87)
Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.