anti defamation league

hate crimes

This Interactive Map Tracks White Supremacist Hate Crimes in America

The Anti-Defamation League documented and mapped 4,500 hate-related incidents.
Ankita Rao
8.9.18
In Moderation

Here’s Facebook’s Internal Policy on Pepe the Frog

The far-right adopted Pepe the Frog as its own symbol of intolerance. Breaking with its policy of allowing fictional characters to push hateful messages, Facebook banned certain images of Pepe, according to internal documents.
Joseph Cox
5.25.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

An Alt-Right Group Is Trying to Recruit College Kids Like It's a Frat

Identity Evropa, which coined the "You Will Not Replace Us" chant, is leading a guerilla recruitment campaign on college campuses across the country, according to a new report.
Allie Conti
9.11.17
Klu Klux Klan

The Klu Klux Klan still has active groups in 33 states

Alexa Liautaud
6.22.17
Donald Trump

Trump Finally Directly Denounces Anti-Semitism After Weeks of Refusing To Do So

After numerous press events in which he'd vaguely condemned bigotry without directly mentioning anti-Semitism—and after 11 Jewish community centers were targeted with bomb threats on Monday—Trump went on the record to say that he denounces anti...
Amanda Arnold
2.21.17
Europe

New Edition of 'Mein Kampf' to Hit German Bookstores 70 Years After Hitler's Death

The Institute of Contemporary History says that the new version is a heavily annotated, scholarly text of the book in German to get ahead of other potentially sympathetic editions of the text, whose copyright is expiring at the end of the year.
Samuel Oakford
12.2.15
americas

The Anonymous Leak of Supposed KKK Names Is Actually Kind of Lame

The highly anticipated release struck some experts as an unsurprising compilation of well-known white supremacists that included errors and misleading information.
Meredith Hoffman
11.6.15
Europe

First German Edition of Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' Since 1945 Stirs Old Feelings

At a time of resurgent xenophobia in Europe, the planned reprinting of the Nazi leader's long-winded screed when its German copyright expires has elicited an array of responses.
Samuel Oakford
2.27.15
Europe

France to Pay $60 Million for Role in Transporting Jews to Nazi Death Camps

Thousands of Holocaust victims who were carried to concentration camps by French railway during WWII are set to receive reparations.
Virgile Dall’Armellina
12.9.14