Addressing Hate and White Supremacy
Since 2000, the number of hate groups in the United States has been increasing, as has the number of hate crimes, with the government turning a blind eye toward white supremacy, especially since 2017. The August 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was one of many incidents of hate speech and hate violence rooted in white supremacy. The resources in this section offer some strategies for addressing hate and white supremacy.
“Contemporary social justice movements are quite clear that to refuse antiracism is an act of racism; to refuse feminism is an act of sexism. To refuse opposition to antisemitism, likewise, is an act of antisemitism. Arguably, not much more should need to be said than that.”
~ Eric Ward, Western States Center
Blaming President Donald Trump Is Too Easy: This Is Us – Eddie Glaude, Deadline MSNBC
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