Attacks against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have surged since the spread of the coronavirus in the U.S. This hate has a deeper history.
Not a single department has said it disciplined an officer for Islamophobic posts or membership in an anti-Islam group.
We downloaded data from Facebook and asked a question: How many people were members of at least one extremist group and at least one police group?
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Our analysis includes some of the most extensive evidence yet that militias are drawing support – and membership – from within U.S. law enforcement.
Officers in law enforcement agencies across the country have joined private hate groups on Facebook, participating in the spread of extremism.
A nightmarish club of teachers and professors has been singled out, berated and threatened with violence by anonymous trolls.
Government reports aren’t necessarily matching the president’s rhetoric when it comes to terrorism.
In this week’s roundup: Cops in Louisiana search for antifa with the help of neo-Nazis, Gab is big in Brazil and sometimes OK is not OK.
In this week’s roundup: Two attacks on American Sikhs this month stir up memories of decades of hate, more Trump Administration staff connected to white nationalists, and understanding farm murders in South Africa.
In this week’s roundup: Alongside the chaos unfolding at the nation’s borders, hate has continued to flow toward immigrants across the country.