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CBS News published a story about White evangelicals in the US dealing with racial issues and their faith. Valdosta Daily Times has a piece covering the defacing of a mural of Black tennis legend Arthur Ashe with insignias associated with a white nationalist group. WVU Today has an article covering Christian nationalism, vaccine hesitancy, and science skeptics. The Washington Post (paysite) takes a look inside the effort to create a Christian nationalist internet.
Global Village Space published an article discussing Bollywood, Hindu nationalism, and the rebranding of Indian national identity as exclusively Hindu. Christian Post has a piece about authorities in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh arresting seven pastors on charges of forced conversions.
Hindustan Times (paysite) has an op-ed looking at the role of nationalism in Xi’s China.
Los Angeles Times has an article discussing the fear behind a possible Polish exit from the EU.
The Argus has an article covering the Conservative party suspension of a councilor over allegations that he has been a secret supporter of a far-right organization in the UK.