Hatewatch Headlines 11/20/2017

Where hate crimes are not being reported; How Fox helps spread neo-Nazi memes; White supremacy has become a global problem; and more.

ProPublica: This is where hate crimes don’t get reported.

West Fargo Pioneer (ND): FBI hate crime report may have overlooked seven key cases from Fargo.

Miami New Times (FL): Miami-Dade police admit they might not be reporting hate crimes properly.

Newsweek: How Fox News is helping to spread neo-Nazi ‘It’s OK To Be White’ propaganda.

CBS News: There are hundreds of hate groups in America – here’s a look at some of the most active ones.

CNN: The white supremacy movement is more than just an American problem – it’s a global one.

TruthOut: The American roots, and the global rise, of 21st century fascism.

Media Matters: Google is still profiting from a racist fake news site that promotes violence.

Raw Story: KKK member posts pictures of woman’s kids on Facebook and threatens them after she voices support for MLK statue.

Keene Sentinel (NH): Alt-right meet alt-tech: White supremacist Cantwell finds alternative sources for patronage.

AlterNet: Fox News has a homophobic new conspiracy theory about Starbucks this holiday season.

Right Wing Watch: Infowars’ Paul Joseph Watson tries to apply science to an alt-right meme about soy.

BuzzFeed: Inside the secret Facebook group of Quebec’s far-right ‘Wolf Pack’.

CTV News Vancouver (BC): British Columbia’s revived human rights commission could fight online hate speech.

WJAX-TV (Jacksonville, FL): White supremacist protest planned at UNF to support suspended Nazi student.

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