A Facebook friend posted the picture below, which had been taken at the Charlottesville White Supremacy Rally, and dubbed it THE FACE OF HATE. I see no reason to tell his name or discuss what happened to him after the rally.
However, it reminded me of another famous photo (see below) of a fifteen-year-old girl named Hazel Bryan who was spewing racial epithets at Elizabeth Eckford, who was one of the nine children trying to enter school in Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1957.
My friend Cammy used that photograph to illustrate the cover of her 1960 Senior Paper about the Civil Rights Struggle. She used the title THE FACE OF HATE.
Sadly, today I think, "The more things change, the more they stay the same."