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Hate crimes and hate groups have spiked since Donald Trump won the presidential election. Heidi Beirich of the Southern Poverty Law Center explains what’s behind this new reality and how the Trump administration has emboldened white supremacists.
A new petition from the SPLC and an organization of teachers is calling on Donald Trump to denounce violence being carried out in his name.
On the night of the first 2016 presidential debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump on September 26, I met a friend at his place for a quick bite before we headed to watch the event at an East Village bar.
While most recognize "White Lives Matter" as a thin-veil covering horrid, racist ideologies, many (too many) insist that a double-standard for critique exists.
A new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center shines a light on a disturbing trend.
This majestic mountain setting attracts many gun-owning libertarians who rightly cherish the freedom of speech without which our liberties would perish. In addition, it has attracted a small community of anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists.
The Southern Poverty Law Center says Donald Trump "electrified the radical right."
Extremists from America's far right wing have carried out well over half of the deadliest terror attacks on American soil since 9/11. Experts on terrorism agree, but argue that some conservative politicians downplay this fact. The question is why?
If anyone had a legitimate question about the racist underpinnings of Kobach's anti-immigrant activism, his association with white nationalists certainly clarifies things.
Despite the cause, most of the churches have predominately black congregations, and the SPLC has said the string of nighttime