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Religious extremism and its relation to violent conflict
Hate in America has become commonplace. What can we do to stop the hate?
An old and familiar poison is being spread on college campuses these days: the idea that America should be a country for white people.
The promise of an education in Mississippi’s constitution is among the weakest in the nation.
White nationalists and their agenda infiltrate the mainstream
After hearing two months of testimony, a federal judge will now decide whether Alabama’s troubled prison system violates the rights of prisoners by failing to provide adequate mental health care.
How did Dylann Roof go from being someone who was not raised in a racist home to someone so steeped in white supremacist propaganda that he murdered nine African Americans during a Bible study?
In the ten days following the election, there were almost 900 reports of harassment and intimidation from across the nation. Many harassers invoked Trump’s name during assaults, making it clear that the outbreak of hate stemmed in large part from his electoral success.*