An ADL Center on Extremism examination of white supremacist prison gangs’ Facebook activity shows it is the platform of choice for gang members to connect.
Our “Hate in the Sunshine State” report outlines the alarming rise in extremism and antisemitism in Florida over the past two years.
Immediately following President Biden's September 2, 2022, speech, far-right influencers and extremists responded online with hateful, bigoted rhetoric.
This report uses leaked Oath Keeper data to highlight the number of one-time and/or current Oath Keepers members or supporters holding sensitive positions in society.
ADL serves as co-counsel in a federal lawsuit to hold the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers accountable for their role in the Jan. 6, 2021 attack.
On the evening of June 24, 2022, “Q,” the anonymous figure whose online posts sparked the widespread QAnon conspiracy movement, re-emerged after more than 18 months of silence.
Right-wing extremists cheered the announcement; they believe Musk will usher in a new era on the social media platform, free from “left-wing” censorship.