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CAPAC: New ADL Report Ties Spike in Anti-Asian Bigotry to Trump – The Rafu Shimpo

| October 25, 2020

WASHINGTON On Oct. 9, Rep. Judy Chu (D-Pasadena), chair of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC), and CAPAC First Vice Chair Rep

Resisting the Tide of Bigotry – The Cairo Review of Global Affairs

| October 25, 2020

We are, as a species, a distractible lotespecially at a time of seemingly endless diversions, news events large and small, and discord that stretches across the globe, from Hong Kong to Venezuela to Belarus. Yet, there are trends that deserve our focus, and the deaths of at least eighty-five people over the last two years at the hands of gunmen driven by white supremacist hatred cannot be ignored. On October 27, 2018, a gunman shouting All Jews must die stormed the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States and slaughtered eleven congregants as they gathered to pray

Order allowing Texas counties to have multiple mail-in ballot drop off sites is upheld, but appeal halts openings – Katy Times

| October 25, 2020

By Jolie McCullough | The Texas Tribune A state appeals court on Friday upheld a Travis County State district court order allowing Texas counties to have multiple drop-off locations for hand delivery of absentee ballots, undercutting Gov. Greg Abbott's recent directive limiting counties to one drop-off site

Video of Trump rally appears to show attendee making hand gesture commonly used by white supremacists – USA TODAY

| October 25, 2020

At a Trump rally in Fla., a man appears to display a hand gesture that the Anti-Defamation League calls a hate symbol used by white supremacists. Wochit Video of President Donald Trump's rally in Florida on Friday appears to show a man standing in the crowd behind the president making a repeated hand gesture commonly used by white supremacists and other far-right extremists. About six minutes into video of Trump's speech at The Villages, a large retirement community in northern Florida, at a quieter moment when the crowd was not cheering, a man in a checkered shirt, sunglasses and a black baseball cap holds up his left hand in an "OK" symbol and appears to look directly forwardfor 10 seconds.

Hate Groups Active In Ohio Long Before Plot To Kidnap Michigan Governor – WOSU

| October 25, 2020

Federal authorities have charged more than a dozen men with plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and overthrow the government.

Students at Foothill College pass antisemitism resolution J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| October 25, 2020

The student government at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills unanimously passed a resolution on Oct. 22 that adopts the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of antisemitism. Drafted by Ori Nirpaz, a student senator, the resolution states that Foothills distinct and significant Jewish community does not have sufficient protections as a minority group on campus

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.


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