Also known as the Nazi salute, it is a raised, outstretched right arm with the palm facing down. It emerged in the 1930s as an homage to Adolf Hitler, and is still used by neo-Nazi and white supremacists.
This database provides an overview of many of the terms and individuals used by or associated with movements and groups that subscribe to and/or promote extremist or hateful ideologies.
Trinity White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (TWK) is a small Kentucky-based Klan group founded by William Marcus Bader in 2012. In 2023, the group reemerged after several years of inactivity, gaining media attention after distributing... Read more
"The People's Initiative of New England” (PINE) is a white supremacist group focused on engaging in local political activism. The group formed in April 2023 as an extension of the neo-Nazi Nationalist Social Club. PINE advocates... Read more
White separatism is a form of white supremacy that emphasizes the idea that white people should exist separately from all inferior, non-white races, whether by establishing an all-white community somewhere or removing non-whites from their midst. Some... Read more