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Domestic terrorism and hate exploded in 2020. Here’s what the Biden administration must do. – ABC News

| January 1, 2021

A few weeks ago, several members of President-elect Joe Biden's transition team set up a Zoom meeting with senior members of the Anti-Defamation League, the group that studies and tracks hate crimes, to hear recommendations for fighting domestic terrorism and right-wing extremism. The weighty meeting, focused on one of the most complex threats facing America today, was initiated in the simplest of ways: The ADL requested a meeting through a form on Biden's transition team website

Arizona hate crimes bounced back in 2019, experts fear a surge in 2020 – Cronkite News

| January 1, 2021

Hate crimes driven by religious bias are typically among the most frequent hate crimes in Arizona, after race and sexual orientation.

Weeks-Old Statue of Breonna Taylor Is Battered in Oakland, Calif. – The New York Times

| January 1, 2021

The clay took several months for a Bay Area sculptor to shape with his hands into a likeness of Breonna Taylor, which he finished with a dark brown satin glaze. But less than two weeks after the statue memorializing Ms. Taylor was installed in a busy downtown plaza in Oakland, Calif., its creator, Leo Carson, said he held the broken pieces of the vandalized ceramic bust in those same hands

Hanover police need help identifying possible menorah vandals – The Union Leader

| December 27, 2020

The police investigation into the vandalism of a menorah display at Dartmouth College continues to gain steam while New Hampshire Jewish leaders see a continued problem of anti-Semitism. Hanover police Lt

Boycott urged on firms that assist Israel’s occupation – Triple Pundit

| December 27, 2020

A UN human rights expert has called for a boycott of multinational companies that are investing to further Israels occupation of Palestinian territory. Addressing the UN General Assembly, special rapporteur Richard Falk listed various companies involved in the establishment and maintenance of settlements on Palestinian land that the UN, US and EU consider illegal.

After Dartmouth menorah was vandalized, Hanover police seek more information – Concord Monitor

| December 22, 2020

Published: 12/21/2020 5:46:12 PM Police are continuing to investigate who is responsible for shooting out seven of the nine lights on the menorah on the Dartmouth College green with what appears to be a pellet gun last week. Dartmouth President Phil Hanlon called the incident an appalling act of anti-Semitism that went beyond vandalism or a prank because it seeks to diminish the rich culture and history of the Jewish people.

New York bans display of Confederate flag and other hate symbols on state grounds – WDJT

| December 22, 2020

By Leah Asmelash, CNN (CNN) -- The state of New York will no longer sell or display anything considered a "symbol of hate," including the Confederate flag, according to a bill just signed into law. Gov

‘We’re against everything they stand for’: LGBTQ-owned clothing company Verillas pushes back after Proud Boys wear its kilts – USA TODAY

| December 22, 2020

The Proud Boys were seen wearing kilts made by LGBTQ-owned clothing company Verillas. Here's how the company responded.

Thomas O’Brien on Boston’s Newest Luxury High-Rise Residential Tower, Bulfinch Crossing Development, Pandemic and 2021 – Boston Real Estate Times

| December 22, 2020

BOSTON In an exclusive video interview with Boston Real Estate Times, Thomas OBrien, founding partner and managing director of Boston-based The HYM Investment Group, LLC, talks about the citys newest luxury high-rise residential tower The Sudbury,his vision for the Bulfinch Crossing Development in Boston, overall market conditions, impact of current pandemic on both commercial residential markets and his take on 2021.

Hate groups receive millions of dollars in federal funds – WVTM13

| December 14, 2020

Hate groups receive millions of dollars in federal funds Updated: 10:34 PM CST Dec 10, 2020 Hide TranscriptShow Transcript MILLIONS OF DOLLARS GOING INTO THE HANDS OF 14 ORGANIZATIONS DESIGNATED AS HATE GROUPS BY THE SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER AND ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE THE CASH COMING FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT THROUGH THE PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM WVTM 13 ES BRIAN DOUGLAS.


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