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Berkshire District Attorney’s Office Honors This Year’s Youth Advisory Board Members – Mass.gov

| June 8, 2022

BERKSHIRE COUNTY The Berkshire District Attorney's Office honored the accomplishments of this year's Youth Advisory Board in an evening of celebration on Thursday, June 2. Overseen by the Berkshire District Attorney's Office, the board consists of 16 high school juniors and seniors from 9 different Berkshire County schools to bring youth issues to the forefront, build positive social environments among their school-aged peers, and volunteer to serve the community. "I congratulate the outgoing members of this year's Youth Advisory Board

Racist and violent ideas jump from webs fringes to mainstream sites – Moneycontrol

| June 2, 2022

And the inability or unwillingness of online services to contain violent content threatens to draw more people toward hateful postings (Representative Image: Pixabay) Steven Lee Myers and Stuart A.

We must fight white supremacy with solidarity: Jews respond to the ADL’s harmful campaign – Mondoweiss

| June 2, 2022

The following is an open letter from thirty-six members of Jewish communities in the United States that was posted under the byline Jewish leaders on Medium on May 26.

Modest Warming in U.S. Views on Israel and Palestinians – Pew Research Center

| May 27, 2022

Pew Research Center conducted this study to better understand Americans views on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. For this analysis, we surveyed 10,441 U.S. adults from March 7 to 13, 2022.

Anti-hate group speaks out against antisemitic incident in West Hollywood and Beverly Hills – Los Angeles Times

| May 25, 2022

Days after a group of people dressed in clothing reminiscent of Nazi brownshirts drove a rented box truck displaying hateful messages down Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, a watchdog group is speaking out against the incident and says it has identified the hate group and two of its members.

Hate crimes are on the rise. Here’s what you can do to help prevent them – Colorado Public Radio

| May 25, 2022

What should I look out for in terms of red flags before someone potentially becomes violent? Usually we notice that our loved ones are changing in some way.

Vaccine scientist Hotez to give virtual talk sponsored by UB – UB Now: News and views for UB faculty and staff – University at Buffalo

| May 25, 2022

Peter J. Hotez, prominent vaccine scientist, self-described science explainer and misinformation antagonist, will discuss The COVID-19 Vaccines: Science vs. Anti-science in a virtual talk at noon on June 9 presented by UB.

SDCC cancels investiture of chancellor due to uproar over Alice Walker speech – The San Diego Union-Tribune

| May 25, 2022

The San Diego Community College District on Monday canceled its upcoming investiture ceremony for Chancellor Carlos Cortez due to a controversy over the controversial positions of keynote speaker Alice Walker, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning book, The Color Purple. The investiture, a public celebration of a new chancellor taking office, was scheduled to take place at Petco Park on May 31

Weinberg Foundation to give $250K in grants to help Buffalo community after shooting – Maryland Daily Record

| May 25, 2022

In response to the shooting at a supermarket in the predominantly Black community of Kingsley in Buffalo, New York, the Weinberg Foundation has announced a total of $250,000 in emergency grants to organizations that are assisting victims and community members impacted by this tragedy. On May 14, a self-described white nationalist entered a supermarket in the Kingsley neighborhood, injuring 13 people and killing 10 of them; 11 of the victims were Black. Before the attack, the shooter posted a manifesto which espoused both racist and antisemitic views and explained that he chose this store and zip code due to the high percentage of Black people living there.

What is the ‘great replacement theory’ linked to the Buffalo shooter? – Austin American-Statesman

| May 22, 2022

Bill McCarthy, PolitiFact.com| Austin American-Statesman Biden speaks in Buffalo after mass shooting kills 10 President Biden traveled to Buffalo to meet and grieve with family members of the 10 victims killed during a mass shooting at a grocery store. USA TODAY Anonline screedlinked to the 18-year-old man arrested for killing 10 people in a Buffalo, New York, supermarket repeatedly referenced the racist and antisemitic "great replacement theory." The theory is white supremacist rhetoric amplified in recent years by some of the loudest voices in conservative media. Several recent shootings have been motivated by belief in a "great replacement," experts say


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