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Intelligence Report
2018
Spring Issue
February 11, 2018

The radical right started the year on a roll, with allies in the White House. But then came Charlottesville, and the movement was knocked back on its heels. Still, Trump's rhetoric and the country's changing demographics continue to buoy the movement.

Publication
February 05, 2018

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) counted over 100 people killed or injured by alleged perpetrators influenced by the so-called "alt-right" — a movement that continues to access the mainstream and reach young recruits.

Hatewatch
January 10, 2018

A series of scandals in the Nationalist Front — and a long-running and well-documented hypocritical streak on the part of leadership in the neo-Confederate League of the South (LOS) — has revealed a willingness on the part of president Michael Hill to look the other way when both allies and his own troops fail to meet his supposed moral standards.

Hatewatch
October 17, 2017

Since March 2016, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has tracked 329 flyering incidents on 241 different college campuses across the United States, a number that continues to grow. 

Hatewatch
October 12, 2017

UPDATE:  The Justice Department has just opened a civil rights investigation into an apparent hate crime last weekend in Spokane involving a 66-year African-American man. “We are concerned about elements of the incident because any crime that is potentially hate-motivated is not only an attack on the victim, but threatens and intimidates an entire community,” an FBI spokeswoman tells Hatewatch.

The FBI is expected to review a hate crime in which a black man was assaulted with a handgun and called ethnic slurs before several gunshots were fired into his home in Spokane last weekend.

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