Social justice educator Roger Simon has argued that pedagogy as a concept lends itself to a variety of sites for education to take place, that are ‘multiple, shifting and overlapping’. The concept of public pedagogy has been defined by key public pedagogy theorists Jennifer Sandlin, Michael O’Malley and Jake Burdick as ‘educational activity and learning in extrainstitutional spaces and discourses. The overwhelming focus of the majority of historical and contemporary public pedagogy theorists has been on the promotion of social justice for all. The alt-right are clearly and manifestly engaged in public pedagogies of hate, but also actively promoting a public pedagogy for fascism, both in their quest for a white supremacy and a white ethno-state and in terms of policy recommendations for a neo-Nazi USA that embodies some key elements of classic fascism. The chapter also presents an overview of the key concepts discussed in this book.