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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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2021 Far-Right Conferences: QAnon and Other Extremist Ideologies Dominate Events

Since the chaos of the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol and the ensuing inauguration of Joe Biden as President of the United States, disparate groups of Trump supporters advocating the former President’s false assertions of a stolen election, QAnon adherents, election fraud promoters and anti-vaccine activists have organized events around the country to promote their causes.

Veterans and Extremism: What We Know

According to a recent study, 39 of the 357 people who were arrested for storming the U.S. Capitol on January 6 were veterans. These findings underscore already-existing concerns about extremists in the military and raise questions about America’s veterans’ potential vulnerability to extremist recruitment. However, a lack of reliable information means many questions remain unanswered.
Extremism, Terrorism & Bigotry
Extremism

Politics, Gaming Culture, and Content Moderation on Twitch

ADL’s Center for Technology and Society (CTS) collected data from four livestreaming events occurring between October 2020 and February 2021 on Twitch featuring both politicians and video game streamers. Despite the threat of potential hate and harassment during these events, our data analysis showed these events were primarily positive and inclusive.
Cyberhate