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Kelly Townsend likened COVID vaccines to the Holocaust, tweeted a swastika and told a Jewish group who complained to ‘learn your history’ – Arizona…

| September 17, 2021

After comparing vaccine supporters to Nazis and sharing an image of needles in the shape of a swastika on social media, Republican state Sen. Kelly Townsend dismissed a Jewish organization who admonished her to learn your history. On Sunday, Townsend tweeted an image a Nazi flag made up of needles with a caption that anyone who is vaccinated and complaining about the unvaccinated are saying the vaccine doesnt work

Pay attention to the far right’s use of memes to stir extremism – Action News Now

| September 17, 2021

A man, armed with a machete and a knife and expressing White supremacist views, was arrested near the Democratic National Committee's headquarters on Monday as Washington awaits a rally of diehard Trump supporters set for Saturday.

Trump supporters rally on Sept. 11 south of Cincinnati: ‘We’re the outcasts of the country these days’ – The Cincinnati Enquirer

| September 17, 2021

MORNING VIEW, Ky. On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, thousands of former President Donald Trump's supporters flocked to a farm a half-hour south of Cincinnati. Among the pastures and bales of hay,banners directing expletives at President Joe Biden adorned trucks and fences.

Chancellor Carol Christ’s response to the September 2021 letter from the Anti-Defamation League – UC Berkeley

| September 10, 2021

Chancellor Carol Christ issued the following statement on Wednesday: On September 1st the Anti-Defamation League informed the campus about social media content posted by a UC Berkeley lecturer that raises understandable concerns about the contents connection to antisemitic tropes.

Close to home: how US far-right terror flourished in post-9/11 focus on Islam – The Guardian

| September 10, 2021

The US government acted quickly after 9/11 to prevent further attacks by Islamic extremists in the US. Billions of dollars were spent on new law enforcement departments and vast powers were granted to agencies to surveil people in the US and abroad as George W Bush announced the war on terror

Neo-Nazi who led effort to threaten journalists gets 3 years – theday.com

| August 29, 2021

SEATTLE An organizer of a neo-Nazi campaign to threaten journalists and Jewish activists in three states was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison after apologizing for what he did and saying he's a changed man. Cameron Shea was one of four members of the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division charged last year with having cyberstalked and sent Swastika-laden posters to journalists and an employee of the Anti-Defamation League, telling them, You have been visited by your local Nazis, Your Actions have Consequences, and We are Watching. The defendant wanted the victims to feel unsafe in their own homes, prosecutors wrote in a sentencing memorandum.

Witnesses advocate for critical race theory to be taught in schools at Monday hearing – Columbia Missourian

| August 29, 2021

Lawmakers and Missouri residents discussed critical race theory at a hearing Monday in Jefferson City. The informational hearing held by the Joint Committee on Education lasted roughly two hours, with seven witnesses testifying about their stances on the hotly debated topic to a panel of lawmakers.

Phoenix May Have To Do Its Own Criminal Investigation Of Police – KJZZ

| August 29, 2021

Phoenix continues to search for an outside law enforcement agency to conduct a criminal investigation of police officers in connection with bogus gang charges filed against protesters.

The Human Rights Campaign Praises Passage of the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act (H.R. 4) by the U.S House of Representatives – Human…

| August 29, 2021

In 2013, the Supreme Courts decision in Shelby County v. Holder effectively gutted provisions requiring certain states and localities with a history of discriminatory electoral practices to obtain federal preclearance before implementing any changes to their voting laws. Without the full protections of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, many states and localities have brazenly pushed forward politically motivated and discriminatory changes to voting policies and procedures in order to disenfranchise and silence marginalized communities and obstruct full access to the right to vote.

‘Dear White Parents’ shifts the burden of talking about race to families with the privilege to ignore it – AdAge.com

| August 18, 2021

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