Friday, August 10, 2018

Southern Poverty Law Center - Donate

Southern Poverty Law Center - Donate

Southern Poverty Law Center - Donate

The head of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services – the agency that processes applications for visas, naturalization and asylum, and manages other immigration functions not related to enforcement – is scheduled to appear next week at an event hosted by the Center for Immigration Studies, an anti-immigrant hate group. Heidi Beirich of our Intelligence Project describes this as "just one more example of the strong bond between this administration and far-right extremists who will stop at nothing to fuel rage and resentment against immigrants of color."

How the White Nationalist Movement Has Changed Since the Charlottesville Rally (NPR)

Another Burned Cross Found in Lawrence County (Clarion Ledger)

Confederate Memorials Turn up Faster Than They Can Be Removed a Year After Charlottesville (USA Today)

Jeff Sessions Tells Anti-Gay Gathering 'You Are Not a Hate Group' – Gets Immediately Schooled by Organization That Tracks Hate Groups (Alternet)

California Wildfires: Incarcerated People Are Risking Their Lives Working Alongside Firefighters for $2 a Day (Newsweek)

Trump's School Safety Commission Would Prefer if You Didn't Talk About Gun Control (Los Angeles Times)

'I Still Have Flashbacks': The 'Global Epidemic' of LGBT Conversion Therapy (The Guardian)

Here's How Colleges Can Get More Involved in Elections — and Not Just in the Midterms (Chronicle of Higher Education)

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