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All of a sudden, it was OK for America to get back into hate crimes again. Behaviour that had been previously seen as scary stories from a discarded history text book are suddenly back in the news. Here we are, a long history of "haven't we become so much better" wiped clean with story after story of bigotry, Islamophobia, and Neo-Nazi ideals rising from the ashes.
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The Klan's official rulebook says the organization "shall ever be true in the faithful maintenance of White Supremacy."
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General Motors’ Cadillac brand has distanced itself from a casting call for one of its commercials that tried to recruit actual members of the white nationalist alt-right movement. The Cast Station, a...
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International Human Rights Day should be a chance to celebrate the advances we've made to make the world a safer place for those suffering the threats of hate, racism and division. But we seem to be taking steps backwards. The president-elect of the United States got to that office by unleashing and lending legitimacy to the hatred and xenophobia that we normally look to our political leaders to push back against.
The hacktivist group Anonymous has delivered on their promise of exposing 1,000 alleged sympathizers of the Ku Klux Klan on their Twitter page. Anonymous had vowed to "unhood" sympathizers of the KKK...
KAMLOOPS, B.C. - A black inmate is suing the province of British Columbia, alleging he was targeted by the Ku Klux Klan behind bars and endured “torture” at the hands of a sheriff and a guard.Oneil Pa...