On a Friday night in May, a pate of white people held a pendant of Confederate flags in a downtown Baltimore bar.
The white people were the ones who started the rally and it became an internet sensation, a symbol of white power and racism.
For many, the rally symbolized the rise of white nationalism, a term coined by white supremacists and used by Donald Trump to describe what they see as a new form of white supremacy.
The Confederate flag is a symbol that is widely used by neo-Nazis and white supremacists, but it has also become a symbol used by people in the LGBT community, African Americans, and women.
And, like other symbols used by white supremacy, the Confederate flag has come under fire from many for the racism it symbolizes.
It’s no secret that racism is alive and well on the internet.
The internet has given rise to a whole new form in which a few people in a small group can create a large and influential movement.
The rise of the alt-right has helped bring these types of movements into the mainstream.
The alt-righters and white nationalists have become more mainstream than ever, and have become the dominant force in American politics.
But while white nationalists, neo-nazis, and alt-racists are powerful, they’re far from the only people in American society who hold these views.
This article is part of the Conversation’s “10 Best Things About America” series, a weekly look at the best things about the United States.
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