It's past time to combat all the ways hate morphs into violence and crime in the U.S.
In this issue of the Intelligence Report, we shine a light on those facing hate who are often overlooked, in our special section Confronting Hate. We also share stories to help our readers understand the scope of the hate problem and provide actionable suggestions for how to address it.
As we work to move past Charlottesville, the time has come to take collective action to confront hate in all its forms, against all groups, and in all places.
One year after the deadly Charlottesville rally, it's past time to combat all the ways hate morphs into violence and crime in the U.S.
The artist who created Pepe the Frog scores a legal win, Harim Vargas imagines himself as a ‘martyr’ for Trump, and more.
Violence against people with disabilities is more widespread than you think.
Richard Spencer took universities, protesters by storm; they adjusted and brought his speaking tour to an end.
North Carolina honors an elected black government that was violently overthrown by racist whites 120 years ago.
The hard-charging neo-Nazi from East Texas known as Azzmador was supposed to take the alt-right’s ground game to the next level.