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Disclaimer: SPLC uses the term Radical Hebrew Israelite to differentiate from the greater Hebrew Israelite faith. Hebrew Israelites should not be confused with Black Jews or Jewish individuals of color. SPLC no longer refers to these groups as solely Black Hebrew Israelites, as there are Latin and...
SPLC Designated Hate Group
Founded by Stephen McNallen in Northern California, the AFA reached 24 U.S.-based chapters , or kindreds, in 2021 with numerous other chapters around the world. Members of the AFA subscribe to a belief that pre-Christian Norse and Germanic religions can only be practiced by individuals with...
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The origins of constitutional sheriff ideology are in the two concepts of the county supremacy movement: the county and not the state or federal governments should control all land within its borders, and the county sheriff is the ultimate law enforcement authority in the U.S. This idea was...
In this article • Background • Disinformation agenda • Russian influence • Ties to white supremacists • Ties to Polish neofascists • Male supremacy agenda • Ties to mainstream figures Jack Posobiec presents himself to the public, misleadingly, as a journalist. The social media company Twitter...
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Antigovernment groups believe the federal government is tyrannical and they traffic in conspiracy theories about an illegitimate government of leftist elites seeking a “New World Order.” In addition to groups that generally espouse these ideas, the movement is comprised of sovereign citizens,...
As an organization, VOP advances initiatives that are founded on common antigovernment and anti-immigrant ideas. The group has also pushed anti-Indigenous, antisemitic, anti-Catholic and anti-Mormon falsehoods. VOP activists have incorporated QAnon conspiracy theories into their activities as well...
KrisAnne Hall is an antigovernment lawyer and activist in Florida who describes herself as a “constitutional attorney.” Hall runs a business called Constitutional Education and Consulting and travels the country preaching that U.S. citizens do not need to comply with the government. She also heads...
Landmark Case

Date Filed

June 11, 1969

When Montgomery, Alabama, closed its public parks and pools rather than integrate them, the local YMCA took over the city's recreational needs. As the YMCA continued to exclude blacks, Center co-founder Morris Dees sued and won a landmark court order that forced the YMCA to integrate its programs.

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