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New Initiative Unlocks the Power of Consumers and Brings Brands and Social Media Platforms Together to Clean Up Hate Online – PRNewswire

| October 25, 2020

NEW YORK, Oct. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Pernod Ricard USA CEO Ann Mukherjee today called on the advertising industry and social media platforms to join a new initiative to help stop the spread of hate speech online and set new standards for responsible advertising

Pernod Ricard gets industry buy-in for tool that reports hate speech on social media – Marketing Dive

| October 25, 2020

Dive Brief: #EngageResponsibly comes as marketers grow increasingly alarmed about the failure of social media companies to provide a brand-safe environment for their advertising. Despite the ongoing content moderation efforts by social platforms, many consumers are still being exposed to hateful online content that's destructive to brands whose ads appear nearby

5 Things You Need to Know Today in Worcester Oct. 21, 2020 – This Week In Worcester

| October 25, 2020

In todays daily 5 Things You Need to Know feature, ThisWeekinWorcester.com explores five important items and stories that Worcester and Central Massachusetts residents should keep a close eye on. These five things can cover a whole range of subjects and issues that we feel are pertinent to understanding whats going on in the city and the cities and towns surrounding Worcester. In todays edition Wednesday, October 21 unemployment recovery in Massachusetts is the fourth worst in the U.S., the RMV extends dedicated hours for seniors, the Worcester Ice Center is no longer allowing spectators, theres a virtual college fair this week and the ADL launches an online Election incident reporting tool

Hate Crimes on the Rise in Orange County – Fullerton Observer

| October 25, 2020

The OC Human Relations Commission released its 2019 Orange County Hate Crime Report on October 20.

On its 50th anniversary, the secret Jewish history of Doonesbury – Forward

| October 25, 2020

Celebrating its 50th anniversary on October 26, the comic strip Doonesbury must hold a longevity record for what was originally intended as an undergraduate jape. And it has a surprising amount of Jewish influence. Created by Garry Trudeau, Doonesbury early on peppered a wide range of targets with wry comments, as the Harvard Bulletincommented in 1971, from Richard Nixon and Hubert Humphrey to Jewish radicals and the Black Panthers

Berkeley man known to police charged with Oakland synagogue vandalism – The Jewish News of Northern California

| October 25, 2020

A suspect was charged Thursday in connection with an alleged hate crime at Oaklands Temple Sinai, where a black swastika was found scrawled in paint on the historic wooden sanctuary doors early Monday morning. Freddie Lee Smith, also known as Zachary RunningWolf, a 57-year-old Berkeley man, was charged with six felonies, including vandalism and violation of civil rights with a hate crime enhancement, according to Alameda County assistant district attorney Teresa Drenick

GOP mailer in the 165th decried as anti-Semitic – The Delaware County Daily Times

| October 25, 2020

*Story updates below* Some members of the local Jewish community are raising concerns over what they say is an anti-Semitic political mailer targeting state Rep.

AP Explains: What’s Behind Trump’s Town Hall Answer on QAnon – WTTW News

| October 25, 2020

Video:What is QAnon, and why does law enforcement consider it to be so dangerous?

Who are the Proud Boys: Englewood business owner proud to lead controversial group – yoursun.com

| October 25, 2020

ENGLEWOOD Bobby Van is proud to be a Proud Boy. In fact, Van is a district president overseeing the Proud Boys Florida Zone 5, which extends from Bonita Springs north to Bradenton. Hes been a member for nearly three years.

What Is a Militia? And Why Is the Word So Controversial These Days? – The New York Times

| October 25, 2020

That drew even more attention to the term, escalating demands to label such groups terrorists. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Democrat of New York, wrote on Twitter: Genuine question for the media / law enforcement: why are you calling these armed neo-Nazi groups breaking the law militias instead of gangs or domestic terrorist groups


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