white supremacy

Anti-Asian Hate, A Primer
An elderly Asian-American woman runs and stumbles as two youths, in pursuit, easily catch her, beat her, and set her clothes on fire.
Can Casual Bigotry End Lives?
Recently a 17-year-old white woman was discovered to be planning a copycat mass murder of Black congregants who attended Bethel African American Methodist Episcopal Church in Gainesville, Georgia.
False Reports: The Insidious Force at the Bottom of Hate & Violence Against Minorities
Each of us has a responsibility to demand facts and to refuse to forward malicious lies and unproven generalities. We have an even greater responsibility to point out the good that comes with the diversity of the human race.
Juneteenth: Confronting Our Past
Juneteenth marks the final recognition of a people as human beings, possessed of souls and free will.
The Different Shades of White Supremacy
It can be comforting and comfortable to share the same private snickers and public derisions as one’s friends about everything from a person’s skin color to their religion.
The Great Replacement Theory: Hate Is Hate By Any Name
What is the racist—the hater—so frightened of? Men, women and children, mainly. They are frightened of ordinary people who happen to look different, possibly speak with a different accent, attend a different place of worship.
The White House United We Stand Summit: Let’s Join Forces to Overcome Hate
“We are the most religiously diverse nation in history. We heal hate with hope.”
Why They’re Still Trying to Stop Anne Frank
They know what she sees as she peers out that window. She sees into their hearts as only an innocent can see. “In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart,” she wrote. “I can feel the sufferings of millions and yet, if I look up into the heavens, I think that it will all come right, that this cruelty too will end, and that peace and tranquility will return again.”
Hate Breeds Violence—Sacramento Church of Scientology Window Smashed
“As STAND and other anti-hate organizations are finding through their monitoring, extremism and hate against minority groups is on an appalling rise,” said National STAND Director Bari Berger.
Human Rights Watch Finds Hate Crimes and Intolerance on the Rise
Human Rights Watch’s (HRW) 30th annual world report, compiled earlier this year and recently released, indicates that there is still much to do in eradicating human rights abuses, religious intolerance and violence.