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Features and Stories
December 09, 2004

Ron Wilson, a neo-Confederate leader who has associated with various extremist causes, has been elected to the S.C. state education board despite his controversial ties.

Features and Stories
October 25, 2004

The neo-Confederate hate group League of the South protested in Montgomery for two consecutive days, standing directly in front of the Civil Rights Memorial.

Intelligence Report
2004
Fall Issue
October 14, 2004

The late founder of the neo-Nazi National Alliance spent his life spurring American extremism — but his most infamous legacy is his ultra-violent race-war narrative, The Turner Diaries, which continues to inspire extremist fiction today.

Features and Stories
June 22, 2004

A member of the anti-immigrant Ranch Rescue group has been convicted of felony gun possession, but will be retried on an assault charge.

Features and Stories
May 10, 2004

The Justice Department has announced a new investigation into the 1955 murder of Emmett Till in Money, Mississippi. Till's story is part of the Center publication Free At Last, soon to be reissued.

Features and Stories
March 22, 2004

Hosted by the Gonzaga Institute for Action Against Hate in association with the Center, a Spokane conference took crucial steps toward establishing the academic field of hate studies. Center co-founder Morris Dees attended and gave a keynote address.

Features and Stories
February 25, 2004

Center co-founder Morris Dees speaks at a conference hosted by the Gonzaga Institute for Action Against Hate, which will help establish the field of Hate Studies. The conference is co-sponsored by the Center.

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