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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

Most Extremist Violence in the U.S. Comes From the Political Right – The New York Times

| May 22, 2022

There is often overlap between these violent threats and white supremacist beliefs. White supremacy tends to treat people of color as un-American or even less than fully human, views that can make violence seem justifiable. The suspect in the Buffalo massacre evidently posted an online manifesto that discussed replacement theory, a racial conspiracy theory that Tucker Carlson promotes on his Fox News show.

Great Replacement Theory: What it means, where it came from – USA TODAY

| May 22, 2022

A racist mass shooting that left 10 people dead in Buffalo, New York, put national attention on a concept that has alarmed experts in extremism for years: "replacement theory" or the "Great Replacement." The attacktargeted Black people, and the man charged in the shootings purportedly wrote a hate-filled document nearly 200 pages long, as well as hundreds of pages of a personal diaryposted onlinebefore the shooting, that cited the conspiracy theory extensively.

ADL addresses alleged anti-semitism during lacrosse game – News 5 Cleveland WEWS

| May 22, 2022

PEPPER PIKE, Ohio When a seed of hate goes unchecked, it can tragically grow into an atrocity like the Buffalo grocery store shooting. Authorities said the 18-year-old suspect Payton Gendron previously threatened a school shooting.

Increase in antisemitism from far right and radical left ‘despicable’: CEO of the Anti-Defamation League – Fox News

| May 22, 2022

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The CEO of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) sounded the alarm on the sharp rise in incidents antisemitism, which he said is coming both from the far right and the radical left. A recent report by the ADL, a civil rights organization dedicated to stopping "the defamation of the Jewish people," showed that antisemitic incidents reached an all-time high in 2021, a 34% increase from the past year, and averaging seven incidents per day.

Nicholas J. Fuentes: Five Things to Know | Anti-Defamation League

| May 16, 2022

Nicholas Fuentes hosting his weekly livestream "America First with Nicholas Fuentes" 1. Nicholas Fuentes is a white supremacist leader and organizer and podcaster who seeks to forge a white nationalist alternative to the mainstream GOP. Nicholas Fuentes first gained widespread notoriety in 2017 when he left Boston University after he reported receiving threats tied to his attendance at the white supremacist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.


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