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Hate on Display™ Hate Symbols Database

Hate on Display™ Hate Symbols Database

This database provides an overview of many of the symbols most frequently used by a variety of white supremacist groups and movements, as well as some other types of hate groups. 

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Hate on Display™ Hate Symbols Database
Antisemitism Uncovered

Antisemitism Uncovered

Antisemitism Uncovered: A Guide to Old Myths in a New Era is a comprehensive resource with historical context, fact-based descriptions of prevalent antisemitic myths, contemporary examples and calls-to-action for addressing this hate.

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Very Fine People

This report is part of the ADL Belfer Fellowship series. What can machine learning tell us about white supremacist speech online? ADL Belfer Fellow Libby Hemphill shows how platforms miss discussions of conspiracy theories about white genocide and Jewish power and malicious grievances against Jews and people of color--and how platforms can do better.

The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) and Richard Mack: How Extremists Are Successfully Infiltrating Law Enforcement

The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) is an anti-government extremist group whose primary purpose is to recruit sheriffs into the anti-government “patriot” movement. Led by Richard Mack, the CSPOA increasingly seeks out law enforcement audiences, billing his extremist events as “trainings.”  In a disturbing development, in 2021, Mack was able to win official state approval for his “trainings” in Montana and Texas, which allows attendees to receive continuing education credit for attending Mack’s events.
Extremism, Terrorism & Bigotry
Extremism

QAnon’s Antisemitism and What Comes Next

If there is a single thread that links QAnon’s origins, its current state, and where the conspiracy theory is likely to go in the short-to medium-term, it’s antisemitism. QAnon’s antisemitism has been most visible at two points: its beginnings – when it emerged from 4chan – and the present, when the most popular QAnon influencer, GhostEzra, is an open Nazi who praises Hitler, admires the Third Reich, and decries the supposedly treacherous nature of Jews.
Extremism, Terrorism & Bigotry
Extremism