Want To Help #SueANazi?

There are three key ways to support our landmark Charlottesville suit and the broader fight against violent white nationalism.

Spread the Word

Twitter? Facebook? Instagram? Email? Whatever your medium of choice, help us get the word out about the important work IFA is doing! Just follow three simple steps:

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1. Choose an Image

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2. Choose How to Share

Choose the medium(s) you want to share on and copy and paste the text in the boxes below into a new post.

Twitter

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Charlottesville. Pittsburgh. Poway. El Paso. Violent white supremacy is on the rise—but @IntegrityforUSA is fighting back with its landmark Charlottesville suit, which can bankrupt this violent movement. Sign up to help #SueANazi: bit.ly/sueanazi

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When hundreds of neo-Nazis and white supremacists descended on Charlottesville, @IntegrityforUSA took action—suing the leaders who planned the violence. In this critical moment, their work is all the more vital. Sign up to #SueANazi: bit.ly/sueanazi

Facebook

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Charlottesville. Pittsburgh. Poway. El Paso. Violent white supremacy is on the rise — but @IntegrityFirstForAmerica is using our justice system to fight back. The case has already had a major financial and legal impact on the neo-Nazis and white supremacists responsible for the Charlottesville violence — and that’s before they even get to trial.

Sign up for updates and donate to support IFA’s groundbreaking Charlottesville lawsuit: bit.ly/sueanazi #SueANazi

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When hundreds of neo-Nazis and white supremacists descended on Charlottesville, causing injury and death, @IntegrityFirstForAmerica took action — suing the leaders and hate groups responsible for the violence. In this critical moment, this case is all the more vital. Sign up to learn more and support the lawsuit: bit.ly/sueanazi #SueANazi

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Charlottesville. Pittsburgh. Poway. El Paso. Violent white supremacy is on the rise — but @IntegrityforUSA is using our justice system to fight back. The case has already had a major financial and legal impact on the neo-Nazis and white supremacists responsible for the Charlottesville violence — and that’s before they even get to trial.

Join me in helping IFA #SueANazi: sign up and donate to support their groundbreaking Charlottesville lawsuit at the #LinkInBio.

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#sueanazi #charlottesville #charlottesvillestrong #cvillestrong #resilientcville #noplaceforhate #nohate #stopthehate #socialjustice #endwhitesupremacy

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When hundreds of neo-Nazis and white supremacists descended on Charlottesville, causing injury and death, @IntegrityForUSA took action — suing the leaders and hate groups responsible for the violence. In this critical moment, IFA’s case is all the more vital. Join us as we #SueANazi: sign up to learn more and support the lawsuit at the #LinkInBio.

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#sueanazi #charlottesville #charlottesvillestrong #cvillestrong #resilientcville #noplaceforhate #nohate #stopthehate #socialjustice #endwhitesupremacy

Email

Dear __________,

America is facing a crisis of violent white supremacy. Deadly attacks have devastated communities from Pittsburgh to El Paso as reported hate incidents surge in cities and small towns across our country. Earlier this year we even witnessed violent extremists lead an assault on the US Capitol.

I’m sure you’ve also followed these events in horror. But it’s difficult to know what we can do as individuals to make a difference -- especially when, for so long, so many in powerful positions have chosen to ignore the problem or provide cover for those inciting violence.

But one organization is fighting back. Integrity First for America is suing the neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and hate groups responsible for the attack on Charlottesville in 2017. Their case is the only active lawsuit taking on the vast leadership of the white supremacist movement.

They need help to fund this lawsuit and ensure the security of the plaintiffs and lawyers in the case. I’m so proud to support their work to bankrupt and dismantle these hate groups and hold these extremist leaders accountable. If you’d like to join me, you can donate here.

Though the case doesn’t go to trial until October, IFA has already had a significant impact. Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer has called the case, “financially crippling,” and major financial and legal penalties have been imposed on a number of white supremacist defendants.

A victory in this case would provide other communities with a legal model for confronting violent hate and holding accountable racist and antisemitic leaders who’ve operated with impunity for far too long.

I hope you’ll join me in offering your support.

- [Your name]

P.S. You can follow news about the trial on IFA’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Host an Event

Help us spread the word about this landmark case by hosting a virtual gathering for your networks to watch one of our virtual events. In the video linked below, IFA Executive Director Amy Spitalnick and attorney Michael Bloch present on this case.

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If you’re interested in bringing IFA to your community, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Our team is very small so it’s not always possible – but we’d love to hear from you!

10,000 Voices for Charlottesville

Our lawsuit against the Nazis and white supremacists who attacked Charlottesville is headed to trial — and our plaintiffs need to know we have their backs.