(2 of 8) Know Your Hate Groups Everyone saw the symbols and flags of hate groups at the Charlottesville rally. Some you may have recognized and others you may not. Familiarizing yourself with these specific hate groups and where they come from is a powerful tool in becoming more educated and involved with the current, terrifying events that are shaping our American history. The first *Join or Die* cartoon was drawn by Ben Franklin to rally the eight original colonies behind the British...
(3 of 8) Know Your Hate Groups 1. Identity Europa 2. Alt-Right 3. National Socialist 4. Southern Nationalist 5. Libertarian 6. Anti-Communist 7. Kekistan 8. Nationalist The Gadsden flag comes from the same revolutionary era as Join or Die, and both are not rooted in explicit racism. Historically, the snake was used as an American symbol for the original colonies, patriotism, and war, similar to how we view the bald eagle today.
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The "Join or Die" print was a political cartoon created by Benjamin Franklin. The snake shown is separated into segments, just as the original colonies were split. The cartoon was used to unite the colonies to fight against the British.