Examples of white supremacist in a Sentence
White supremacists were convicted of hate crimes.
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As the Charlottesville case shows, such statues provide useful rallying points for white supremacists, who have been more vocal and emboldened in the Trump era.
That’s right: the Oscar winner, best known for roles like the sadistic conductor in Whiplash and a white supremacist on Oz, plays Howard, a meek cog within a mysterious governing system.
Rallies by white supremacists, wearing white hoods and clasping torches, roused uncomfortable memories of the United States’ past.
Feuchtwanger does not believe that white supremacists will have the same power here that the Nazis did in Germany.
In 1958, white supremacists placed a bomb made of 50 sticks of dynamite by the Temple’s north entrance in retaliation for the rabbi’s outspoken views on integration.
As white supremacists marched through Charlottesville, the high priest of a pagan religion looked on with horror from Reykjavik, Iceland.
Things in the Virginia town turned violent on Aug. 12 when white supremacists gathered for a rally to protest Charlotteville's plan to take down a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
In that episode, working-class blacks and whites joined in a political party before white supremacists launched a violent campaign against black politicians to break up their movement.
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WHITE SUPREMACIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of white supremacist for English Language Learners
: a person who believes that the white race is better than all other races and should have control over all other races
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