The ruling applied to Mr. Ade, Mr. Anglin and the limited liability company Moonbase Holdings, which provides The Daily Stormer and Mr. Anglin financial support, according to court papers.
Ms. Clarke, the lawyer for Ms. Dumpson, praised the rulings.
“Too often hate crime victims don’t get justice, but that didn’t happen here,” she said on Saturday, adding that the ruling “should make it incredibly difficult for The Daily Stormer to carry on business as usual.”
None of the defendants appeared in court, Ms. Clarke said. Mr. Anglin’s location was unknown, and he did not respond to an email on Saturday seeking comment. Mr. Ade could not be immediately reached and no lawyer was listed in court papers for Moonbase Holdings.
“This ruling is historic in that it marks the first time that a court has deemed racist online trolling activity that can interfere with one’s equal access to a public accommodation,” Ms. Clarke said in a statement. “The court’s ruling recognizes the real-world damage done when bigots take to the internet to target and threaten African-Americans and other people of color.”
On Thursday, Tanya Gersh, a Jewish real estate agent in Montana, was awarded $ 14 million in a judgment against Mr. Anglin after he led an online anti-Semitic harassment and intimidation campaign against her in 2016 because of her interactions with Sherry Spencer, the mother of the white supremacist leader Richard Spencer.
In June, comedian Dean Obeidallah was awarded $ 4.1 million in a judgment against Mr. Anglin after The Daily Stormer published an article falsely accusing the comedian of being a terrorist.
Subodh Chandra, Mr. Obeidallah’s lawyer, said the comedian has not received any money or heard from Mr. Anglin but that Mr. Anglin appeared to have “complied with the injunction by removing the defamatory material from his website.”