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FIGHTING HATE // TEACHING TOLERANCE // SEEKING JUSTICE
AUGUST 17, 2017

SPLC News This Week

 

The SPLC has been closely covering the Charlottesville tragedy and offering expert analysis and resources on fighting hate and bigotry. Here's the latest:

SPLC releases new edition of Ten Ways to Fight Hate guide

Ten Ways to Fight Hate, which was updated in the wake of the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, sets out 10 principles for taking action, including how to respond to a hate rally that has targeted your town. It is available for free download and will be distributed to community groups across America.

 

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Sign our petition calling for President Trump to take responsibility for the hate he's unleashed

President Trump's campaign and presidency have energized the white supremacist movement in unprecedented ways. We saw it in his racist and xenophobic campaign, and we saw it in the deadly gathering of white supremacists in Charlottesville this weekend. Tell President Trump to take responsibility for the hate he's unleashed by signing our petition today.

 

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SPLC places ads in major newspapers across the country promoting our Ten Ways guide

In response to the escalating tensions over Charlottesville and President Trump’s failure to provide moral leadership, today we've placed advertisements in major newspapers across the country to promote Ten Ways to Fight Hate. Advertisements were published in The New York Times, Washington Post, Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune.

 

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SPLC's Whose Heritage maps public symbols of the Confederacy

Following the Charleston massacre in 2015, we released "Whose Heritage?" as part of an effort to catalog and map Confederate place names and other symbols in public spaces, both in the South and across the nation. In the last week it has been extensively cited in the media. Help us make it as comprehensive as possible by using this form to report public symbols of the Confederacy that we might have missed.

 

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Actions You Can Take

Sign our petition: Tell President Trump to take responsibility for the hate he's unleashed

 

Send a letter: It's time to take down Confederate monuments

 

Watch the VICE News documentary, Charlottesville: Race and Terror

 

View our Hate Map and see which hate groups are in your state

Reports and Other Resources

The Alt-Right on Campus: What Students Need To Know

 

The people, groups and symbols at Charlottesville

 

Flags and other symbols used by far-right groups in Charlottesville

 

Extremist Profile: The Alternative Right

What We're Saying

Stand up now, Mr. President

 

SPLC statement on President Trump’s news conference

 

SPLC statement on generous donation from Apple

 

SPLC statement on Confederate monument lawsuit against Birmingham, Alabama

News You Should Know

Mother of Charlottesville Victim Heather Heyer: ‘I’m Proud of What She Did’ (Huff Post)

 

Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and Charlottesville (The New Yorker)

 

A Guide to the Charlottesville Aftermath (The New York Times)

 

Trump’s Attorney Forwards Email with Neo-Confederate Views (Southern Poverty Law Center)

 

Politicians Blamed 'Both Sides' During the Civil Rights Movement: KKK and the NAACP (The Washington Post)

 

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