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Life After Hate

Kristina David has an excellent article in the San Diego Union-Tribune which identifies both the factors that lead many to join hate groups, and the factors that can help them turn away from hate [1]. 204 more words

Christian

SPLC -- Another "Honorary" President?

In the aftermath of the recent scandals that rocked the Southern Poverty Law Center this past March, in which SPLC founder Morris Dees was fired after decades of alleged sexual misconduct and long-time president Richard Cohen quit (or jumped ship) after taking full responsibility for ignoring Dees’ alleged conduct for all those years and also for perpetuating a corporate culture in which minorities were never promoted to senior positions, it became clear that some serious public relations work was required before the donors started asking questions and expressing doubts. 1,955 more words

Southern Poverty Law Center

Book review: Exposing Hate: Prejudice, Hatred, and Violence in Action, by Michael Miller

Miller, Michael. Exposing Hate: Prejudice, Hatred, and Violence in Action. Twenty-First Century/Lerner, 2019. $37.32. 143p. ISBN 978-1-5415-3925-9. Ages 12-15. P4Q5

From religious intolerance in colonial America through the Jim Crow and anti-Semitism periods to the increasing white supremacist terrorism in the United States of the 21st century, hate defines the opposition to democracy. 259 more words

Book Reviews

Defence minister to look into 'further action' to tackle Armed Forces members in hate groups

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said Tuesday he would look into whether “further action” was needed to deal with the involvement of Canadian Armed Forces members in hate groups. 467 more words

Canada

Canadian Armed Forces members linked to six hate groups: internal report

Canadian Armed Forces members have been linked to six hate groups since 2013, according to an internal report that said the issue was damaging the military’s image. 876 more words

Canada

Why is it dangerous to wear a kippah in public?

It is dangerous to determine publicly as Jewish in Germany, including wearing a kippah or yalmulka, Germany’s commissioner warned.

In an interview, Felix Klein told the Berliner Morgenpost on May 24 that he could not endorse that Jews wear a kippah everywhere and any time in Germany. 124 more words

Culture

White Supremacist In The Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Northwest is where I live. Today (May 26), an Associated Press reporter, Nicholas K. Geranios, published an article about far-right extremists “maintaining a presence in the Pacific Northwest.” The author goes on to say: 317 more words

Humanity