This Is What Democracy Looks Like
The messy intra-progressive fight in Charlottesville offers lessons for Democrats across the country.
Can You Bring a Gun to a Protest?An obscure and centuries-old law is allowing some municipalities to answer that question with a resounding “no.”
Black Charlottesville Beating Victim Charged With Felony at Prompting of White Nationalists
What’s Behind Dan Rather’s Wild Popularity?In an era of insanity, his thoughts on journalism, covering civil rights, and morality are grounding—and inspiring.
Guardians of White InnocenceThe Sons of Confederate Veterans want to convince Americans that Southern heritage isn’t about slavery and racism. Is it a lost cause?
What the ACLU Should Stand for in Trump’s AmericaAn interview with Waldo Jaquith, who resigned from the board of the ACLU of Virginia after Charlottesville.
How Can You Stop Cars From Plowing Into Crowds?The sturdy posts called “bollards” are our best defense against the use of vehicles as weapons. They’re also the rare anti-terrorism policy that makes cities more pleasant.
Stormfront Has Been Kicked Offline. Can White Supremacists Still Organize Without the Internet?
Profiling White Supremacists Won’t Stop White Supremacist TerrorismA former undercover FBI agent explains.
Springtime for the ConfederacyAt Dolly Parton’s Civil War–themed dinner theater, audiences root for the North or the South. I saw it twice, because you gotta see both sides.
Keep Talking, TrumpNo one is better at exposing the president for the hateful fraud that he is than Trump himself.
The Eclipse Skipped CharlottesvilleOne week later, we cannot look at the sky. We are still staring at the ground.
How Movie Theaters, TV Networks, and Classrooms Are Changing the Way They Show Gone With the WindAfter almost 80 years, America is finally rethinking how it screens its favorite movie.
Lawyers vs. White SupremacistsCan the organizers of the Unite the Right rally be held responsible for the violence in Charlottesville?
Congressman: Holocaust Survivor Is a Nazi Collaborator Who Organized Charlottesville Rallies
Trump Again Pushes Claim That White Nationalists Weren’t Solely to Blame for Charlottesville
The Internet of HateAfter Charlottesville, Nazis, white supremacists, and the alt-right have become a lot less welcome on the web. So they’re building their own.
Charlottesville’s Monuments Are UnconstitutionalThe state law that has prevented city officials from removing the statues can be overruled—by the Constitution.
You Don’t Need a Gun to Peacefully ProtestIn the wake of Charlottesville, permits for rallies should contain an important caveat—no open-carry within the protest zone.
The Culture Gabfest “The Tree Is a Colander” EditionSlate’s Culture Gabfest on Logan Lucky, the solar eclipse, and internet censorship of white supremacists.
Trump Reads Aloud 15-Minute Edited Version of Previous Charlottesville Remarks and Calls It a Rally
Hang Up And Listen
Hang Up and Listen: The Blackin’ Out the NFL and the Sun EditionSlate’s sports podcast on sports after Charlottesville, the WNBA, and Texas high school football.