Timeline: 100 Years of Far-Right Extremism in Europe and the U.S. | Link TV
Timeline: 100 Years of Far-Right Extremism in Europe and the U.S.
How do ethno-nationalist, hateful, racist movements rise during modern times? The film "The Politics of Hate" explores the the past 100 years of hate in the United States, with a focus on how alt-right ideology advocating for the protection of "white identity" has maintained its presence throughout the past decade. In the timeline below, we explore the interconnectedness between the far-right movements in the U.S. and Europe with a sample of key moments that exemplify the hate that continues to be fostered in this country to this present day.
Learn more about the topics covered in the timeline:
“The Rise of Fascism” by F.L. Carsten
A mysterious scrapbook donated to the Banning Public Library turned out to be a detailed depiction from young Japanese American artists interned in Poston of what life was like inside the camps.
She was a beautiful blonde artist — a friend to Greta Garbo, D.H. Lawrence and Agnes Pelton — and she ruled over a Valhalla of early artists, Sven-Ska, somewhere out in the California desert.
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