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Hatewatch Headlines 9/13/2018

Hate crimes surge globally, remain under-reported; Dems slam State Dept. for racism silence; Anti-Islam group brags of White House access; and more.

The Crime Report: Hate crimes are surging globally, yet they remain under-reported, study says.

CNN: House Democrats blast State Department for its silence on racism in international settings.

Mic: Anti-Islam group brags about weekly meetings at White House: ‘We have a president that likes us.’

Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY): Trump’s speech at Louisville rally didn’t incite violence, court rules.

Media Matters: 4chan trolls celebrated Eric Trump’s use of antisemitic dog whistle in attacking Woodward book.

Right Wing Watch: Rep. Steve King quotes a white supremacist while comparing ‘leftists’ to Nazis.

Talking Points Memo: Newly minted GOP nominee in New Hampshire recently defended conversion therapy.

BuzzFeed: Reddit banned a page that trafficked in white supremacist content, but the problem is much bigger.

Guardian: California transit agency allows ad from antisemitic Holocaust-denial group.

Oregonian: Oregon white nationalist sentenced to two years in prison for stabbing acquaintance.

Deseret News (UT): Drug-dealing white supremacist sentenced to 20 years for raping two girls.

Right Wing Watch: Ron DeSantis’ appearances at Horowitz events are even worse the closer you look.

Raw Story: Video of white Alabama teenager repeatedly screaming n-word raises safety concerns at school.

Inland Daily Bulletin (Chino, CA): Chino school board member opines, ‘It wasn’t Hitler that was bad …’

Cronkite News (Tempe, AZ): Campus bias-response teams accused of sanitizing colleges of conservative voices.

The Atlantic: A warning from Poland: Trump’s America is on a path Europeans know all too well.

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