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Statement by SPLC President Richard Cohen on Stephen Bannon’s ouster – Southern Poverty Law Center

But, frankly, we havent seen any signs of it yet. To show hes serious, he should fire any other white nationalist sympathizers in his administration. Then he should take concrete action to undo the harm he has caused, by enacting policies that unite rather than divide us.

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Apple Donates $1 Million to SPLC, Claims Trump Equated ‘Nazis and Those Who Oppose Them’ – CNSNews.com


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Media Use of SPLC a Blight on Credibility – townhallreview.com

Fake News is a dirty word in the media. The ultimate insult. The hope, in many media ranks, is it will someday be relegated to the word prison reserved for insults so awful, you cant say them out loud in any company. The kind that even Rolling Stone refuses to spell out.

That it will someday soon be referred to as the F-N word.

But alas, today is not that day. Fake News can still be spoken without an apology. You can write it in your Twitter rant without being fired or mocked or beaten up in your driveway.

Problem is, like a drug addict who returns again and again for one last binge, the big news outlets continue to embarrass themselves with what can be best described as fake news.

CNN, the network taking the brunt of this phrase, many times undeserved, earned it regardless once again this week with their list of hate groups, as provided by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Having the SPLC name hate groups is the equivalent of having Donald Trump decide what is real news.

In an attempt to appease their critics, but instead acknowledging a real issue, CNN added this caveat to their SPLC-driven story: Some critics of the SPLC say the groups activism biases how it categorizes certain groups. Really? Is that all? Some groups? As they say in Atlanta, the home of CNN, bless your heart. Thats southern speak for you are clueless, my dear. Or you are simply pretending to be. Neither is fitting for a news outfit struggling to dodge the fake news moniker.

The Southern Poverty Law Center made news recently as they have deemed the Alliance Defending Freedom a hate group. Why? They hold to a Biblical view of homosexuality. One held by Barrack Obama prior to the 2012 elections. One held by most Americans until recently.

Respected writer David French was a lawyer for Alliance Defending Freedom, and he still participates in their events. Nobody accuses him of hatred. Following a pair of stories at ABC and NBC touting the SPLCs take on ADF, French recently wrote in the National Review:

Lets be clear. The Southern Poverty Law Center, the civil rights watchdog group that ABC and NBC so prominently cite, has become a dangerous joke. Its a joke because the very idea that Christians are members of a hate group merely because they advocate for orthodox Christian principles and the liberty to live those principles is so intellectually and ideologically bankrupt that its barely worth addressing.

Long forgotten by CNN, ABC News and NBC News is that five years ago this week, Floyd Lee Corkin targeted the Family Research Council offices after finding them on a Southern Poverty Law Center hate map.

The clear irony here is that the SPLC is filled with hate. And they provide angry leftists with targets and maps to those targets. On that day, five years ago, a hero emerged and stopped what would surely have been multiple deaths. The SPLC insists they have no regrets. And the media did not hold them accountable. On the contrary, the media continue to come to the SPLC for their sacred list.

CNNs Chris Cillizza, a sarcastic but sharp Twitteraholic, retweeted the CNN story. A regular critic of fake news claims, he retweeted fake news from his colleagues.

And so for now, CNN has gifted its critics one more story to wave in the air, taunting the news giant, which seems completely unable to get out of their own way.

But they are not alone. As long as groups like the SPLC receives legitimacy from the media, the media deserve to be mocked. And mocked they will be.

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SPLC statement on Confederate monument lawsuit against Birmingham, Alabama – Southern Poverty Law Center

In the wake of deadly violence in Charlottesville, cities around the country are questioning why in a nation dedicated to equality for all, we continue to celebrate and memorialize the Confederacy. Some of these cities are even removing Confederate monuments from public spaces. But in Alabama, state officials are suing the city of Birmingham for trying to do what is right.

The Alabama Legislature should never have passed a law banning the removal of these symbols which represent the oppression of an entire race. Governor Kay Ivey should never have signed it. If the leaders of Birmingham a city forever linked to the civil rights movement believe such monuments do not represent their citys values, they should have the ability to remove them.

This law demonstrates that white supremacy and hate prevail in Alabama. It will continue to force people of color to live and work in communities where they remain in the shadow of the Confederacy.

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The Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of hate groups – CNN

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Updated 12:43 PM ET, Thu August 17, 2017

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That’s the number of hate groups operating in the US, according to data from the Southern Poverty Law Center. The Alabama-based nonprofit activist group tracks civil rights and hate crimes and defines a hate group as an organization with “beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people, typically for their immutable characteristics.”

Some are classified as anti-LGBT groups, and some are black separatists, who don’t believe in interracial marriage and want a nation only for black people, according to the group.

Some critics of the SPLC say the group’s activism biases how it categorizes certain groups.

But since the FBI doesn’t keep track of domestic hate groups, the SPLC’s tally is the widely accepted one.

Editor’s Note: The headline on this story has been changed to more closely align with the content of the piece, which clearly indicates that the data on hate groups is from the Southern Poverty Law Center. This story has also been updated to provide direct links to the full list from the SPLC as opposed to publishing the entire list here.

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SPLC statement on generous donation from Apple – Southern Poverty Law Center

Tim Cook, Apple’s visionary leader, said it best: “Hate is a cancer, and left unchecked it destroys everything in its path.” In light of the horrific events in Charlottesville, my colleagues and I at the Southern Poverty Law Center are committed to redoubling our efforts to fight hate, teach tolerance, and seek justice for the victims of bigotry and unfairness. We can do no less.

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Journalism? CNN Promotes SPLC’s Dangerous and Discredited ‘Hate Map’ – NewsBusters (press release) (blog)


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CNN copied the Southern Poverty Law Center's (SPLC) controversial and dangerous hate map, and posted a list organized by state and alphabetical order. At the top of the list for Arizona are ACT for America and the ADF. Later, at 12:43 pm, CNN took the

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Anti-Hate Groups Seize Charlottesville as Teachable Moment – NBC Chicago

Anti-hate groups in the United States are giving guidance on what individuals can do to combat hate-inspired violence in the wake of a deadly attack at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

To counter hate-inspired attacks in the U.S., Americans must join forces, speak out and educate themselves about the history and ideology of white nationalists and hate organizations, groups like theSouthern Poverty Law Center, the NAACP and theAnti-Defamation League argue.

The SPLC on Monday issued a step-by-step “community response guide” on how to fight hate after 32-year-old Heather Heyer was killed when a car plowed into counter-protesters at the rally. Her alleged killer, James Fields Jr., had been fascinated with Nazism and idolized Adolf Hitler, according to his high school teacher.

To show why the guide is needed now more than ever, the SPLC noted a number of recent U.S. hate crimes, including the 2015 Charleston church shooting and racist graffiti being found in a school in Stapleton, Colorado.

The SPLC’s 10-point blueprint includes guidance like “educate yourself,” “speak up” and “join forces.”

“Others share your desire to stand against hate,”the SPLC wrote in the guide, under the “join forces” section.”There is power in numbers. Asking for help and organizing a group reduces personal fear and vulnerability, spreads the workload, and increases creativity and impact.”

The guide adds, “A hate crime often creates an opportunity for a communitys first dialogue on race, gender identity, or religious intolerance. It can help bridge the gap between neighborhoods and law enforcement.”

The ADL similarly published a curriculum for teachers on how the violence in Charlottesville is a “teachable moment.” The curriculum noted it should be described in the correct historical context and could be used to further understanding of the First Amendment.

“While freedom of speech means that you can share your opinions and exchange ideas freely without government control even if it is hateful there is some speech that is not protected by the First Amendment; this includes obscenity, defamation, true threats, and incitement to imminent lawless action,” the curriculum stated. “Talk with students about the First Amendment and our freedoms and emphasize that condemning hatred, bias and white supremacy and vigorously protecting free speech are not mutually exclusive.”

An NAACP leader told NBC that understanding the ideologies held by groups like the opposing sides that clashed in Charlottesville is instrumental in ending hate-inspired violence.

“Understanding what the ideologies are, the arguments and the realities of the vision each side seeks, is crucial,” said Hilary Shelton, the NAACP’s Washington bureau director.

“On one side of the equation, you had those that believe in white supremacy, racial segregation and treating those leaders of the confederacy as heroes,” Shelton said. “On the other side of the issue … you had those that wanted to promote diversity, equal opportunity.”

To Shelton, if people truly grasp the difference between the two sides, hate groups will not thrive.

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SPLC: There Are 917 Designated Hate Groups In The US – CBS Miami

August 16, 2017 11:58 AM By Giovanna Maselli

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) There are 917 designated hate groups in the United States, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

And theres a map of all of those groups, with more than 60 groups dispersed throughout Florida.

The center has various categories for the groups like Neo-Nazis, White Nationalists, Racist Skinheads, Anti-Immigrant, Anti-LGBT and Black Separatists among other categories.

Related: More Than 1/2 Of Hate Crimes In US Go Unreported

Through their map you can see various groups by state and in those categories as well as what city they are located in.

Some of the groups in the Sunshine State include the New Black Panther Party, the Klu Klos Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, the League of the South, the Nation of Islam, Supreme White Alliance, Confederate Hammerskins and The Daily Stormer among others.

Click here to see the map.

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Statement by SPLC President Richard Cohen on Stephen Bannon’s ouster – Southern Poverty Law Center

But, frankly, we havent seen any signs of it yet. To show hes serious, he should fire any other white nationalist sympathizers in his administration. Then he should take concrete action to undo the harm he has caused, by enacting policies that unite rather than divide us.

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Apple Donates $1 Million to SPLC, Claims Trump Equated ‘Nazis and Those Who Oppose Them’ – CNSNews.com

CNSNews.com Apple Donates $1 Million to SPLC , Claims Trump Equated 'Nazis and Those Who Oppose Them' CNSNews.com (CNSNews.com) — In a memo to employees of Apple, Inc., CEO Tim Cook announced that the tech giant would be donating $1 million each to the Southern Poverty Law Center ( SPLC ) and Anti-Defamation League (ADL), matching donations by employees … Apple CEO announces $1 million donation to SPLC WIAT 42 Apple To Donate $1 Million To Southern Poverty Law Center In Charlottesville's Wake The Daily Caller In Misguided Response to Charlottesville, Apple Donates to Liberal Group That Endangers Conservatives Daily Signal PJ Media  – National Review  – Complex  – Recode all 237 news articles »

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Media Use of SPLC a Blight on Credibility – townhallreview.com

Fake News is a dirty word in the media. The ultimate insult. The hope, in many media ranks, is it will someday be relegated to the word prison reserved for insults so awful, you cant say them out loud in any company. The kind that even Rolling Stone refuses to spell out. That it will someday soon be referred to as the F-N word. But alas, today is not that day. Fake News can still be spoken without an apology. You can write it in your Twitter rant without being fired or mocked or beaten up in your driveway. Problem is, like a drug addict who returns again and again for one last binge, the big news outlets continue to embarrass themselves with what can be best described as fake news. CNN, the network taking the brunt of this phrase, many times undeserved, earned it regardless once again this week with their list of hate groups, as provided by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Having the SPLC name hate groups is the equivalent of having Donald Trump decide what is real news. In an attempt to appease their critics, but instead acknowledging a real issue, CNN added this caveat to their SPLC-driven story: Some critics of the SPLC say the groups activism biases how it categorizes certain groups. Really? Is that all? Some groups? As they say in Atlanta, the home of CNN, bless your heart. Thats southern speak for you are clueless, my dear. Or you are simply pretending to be. Neither is fitting for a news outfit struggling to dodge the fake news moniker. The Southern Poverty Law Center made news recently as they have deemed the Alliance Defending Freedom a hate group. Why? They hold to a Biblical view of homosexuality. One held by Barrack Obama prior to the 2012 elections. One held by most Americans until recently. Respected writer David French was a lawyer for Alliance Defending Freedom, and he still participates in their events. Nobody accuses him of hatred. Following a pair of stories at ABC and NBC touting the SPLCs take on ADF, French recently wrote in the National Review: Lets be clear. The Southern Poverty Law Center, the civil rights watchdog group that ABC and NBC so prominently cite, has become a dangerous joke. Its a joke because the very idea that Christians are members of a hate group merely because they advocate for orthodox Christian principles and the liberty to live those principles is so intellectually and ideologically bankrupt that its barely worth addressing. Long forgotten by CNN, ABC News and NBC News is that five years ago this week, Floyd Lee Corkin targeted the Family Research Council offices after finding them on a Southern Poverty Law Center hate map. The clear irony here is that the SPLC is filled with hate. And they provide angry leftists with targets and maps to those targets. On that day, five years ago, a hero emerged and stopped what would surely have been multiple deaths. The SPLC insists they have no regrets. And the media did not hold them accountable. On the contrary, the media continue to come to the SPLC for their sacred list. CNNs Chris Cillizza, a sarcastic but sharp Twitteraholic, retweeted the CNN story. A regular critic of fake news claims, he retweeted fake news from his colleagues. And so for now, CNN has gifted its critics one more story to wave in the air, taunting the news giant, which seems completely unable to get out of their own way. But they are not alone. As long as groups like the SPLC receives legitimacy from the media, the media deserve to be mocked. And mocked they will be.

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SPLC statement on Confederate monument lawsuit against Birmingham, Alabama – Southern Poverty Law Center

In the wake of deadly violence in Charlottesville, cities around the country are questioning why in a nation dedicated to equality for all, we continue to celebrate and memorialize the Confederacy. Some of these cities are even removing Confederate monuments from public spaces. But in Alabama, state officials are suing the city of Birmingham for trying to do what is right. The Alabama Legislature should never have passed a law banning the removal of these symbols which represent the oppression of an entire race. Governor Kay Ivey should never have signed it. If the leaders of Birmingham a city forever linked to the civil rights movement believe such monuments do not represent their citys values, they should have the ability to remove them. This law demonstrates that white supremacy and hate prevail in Alabama. It will continue to force people of color to live and work in communities where they remain in the shadow of the Confederacy.

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The Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of hate groups – CNN

By Dakin Andone, CNN Design: Will Mullery, CNN Updated 12:43 PM ET, Thu August 17, 2017 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. That’s the number of hate groups operating in the US, according to data from the Southern Poverty Law Center. The Alabama-based nonprofit activist group tracks civil rights and hate crimes and defines a hate group as an organization with “beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people, typically for their immutable characteristics.” Some are classified as anti-LGBT groups, and some are black separatists, who don’t believe in interracial marriage and want a nation only for black people, according to the group. Some critics of the SPLC say the group’s activism biases how it categorizes certain groups. But since the FBI doesn’t keep track of domestic hate groups, the SPLC’s tally is the widely accepted one. Editor’s Note: The headline on this story has been changed to more closely align with the content of the piece, which clearly indicates that the data on hate groups is from the Southern Poverty Law Center. This story has also been updated to provide direct links to the full list from the SPLC as opposed to publishing the entire list here.

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SPLC statement on generous donation from Apple – Southern Poverty Law Center

Tim Cook, Apple’s visionary leader, said it best: “Hate is a cancer, and left unchecked it destroys everything in its path.” In light of the horrific events in Charlottesville, my colleagues and I at the Southern Poverty Law Center are committed to redoubling our efforts to fight hate, teach tolerance, and seek justice for the victims of bigotry and unfairness. We can do no less.

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Journalism? CNN Promotes SPLC’s Dangerous and Discredited ‘Hate Map’ – NewsBusters (press release) (blog)

NewsBusters (press release) (blog) Journalism? CNN Promotes SPLC's Dangerous and Discredited 'Hate Map' NewsBusters (press release) (blog) CNN copied the Southern Poverty Law Center's ( SPLC ) controversial and dangerous hate map, and posted a list organized by state and alphabetical order. At the top of the list for Arizona are ACT for America and the ADF. Later, at 12:43 pm, CNN took the …

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Anti-Hate Groups Seize Charlottesville as Teachable Moment – NBC Chicago

Anti-hate groups in the United States are giving guidance on what individuals can do to combat hate-inspired violence in the wake of a deadly attack at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. To counter hate-inspired attacks in the U.S., Americans must join forces, speak out and educate themselves about the history and ideology of white nationalists and hate organizations, groups like theSouthern Poverty Law Center, the NAACP and theAnti-Defamation League argue. The SPLC on Monday issued a step-by-step “community response guide” on how to fight hate after 32-year-old Heather Heyer was killed when a car plowed into counter-protesters at the rally. Her alleged killer, James Fields Jr., had been fascinated with Nazism and idolized Adolf Hitler, according to his high school teacher. To show why the guide is needed now more than ever, the SPLC noted a number of recent U.S. hate crimes, including the 2015 Charleston church shooting and racist graffiti being found in a school in Stapleton, Colorado. The SPLC’s 10-point blueprint includes guidance like “educate yourself,” “speak up” and “join forces.” “Others share your desire to stand against hate,”the SPLC wrote in the guide, under the “join forces” section.”There is power in numbers. Asking for help and organizing a group reduces personal fear and vulnerability, spreads the workload, and increases creativity and impact.” The guide adds, “A hate crime often creates an opportunity for a communitys first dialogue on race, gender identity, or religious intolerance. It can help bridge the gap between neighborhoods and law enforcement.” The ADL similarly published a curriculum for teachers on how the violence in Charlottesville is a “teachable moment.” The curriculum noted it should be described in the correct historical context and could be used to further understanding of the First Amendment. “While freedom of speech means that you can share your opinions and exchange ideas freely without government control even if it is hateful there is some speech that is not protected by the First Amendment; this includes obscenity, defamation, true threats, and incitement to imminent lawless action,” the curriculum stated. “Talk with students about the First Amendment and our freedoms and emphasize that condemning hatred, bias and white supremacy and vigorously protecting free speech are not mutually exclusive.” An NAACP leader told NBC that understanding the ideologies held by groups like the opposing sides that clashed in Charlottesville is instrumental in ending hate-inspired violence. “Understanding what the ideologies are, the arguments and the realities of the vision each side seeks, is crucial,” said Hilary Shelton, the NAACP’s Washington bureau director. “On one side of the equation, you had those that believe in white supremacy, racial segregation and treating those leaders of the confederacy as heroes,” Shelton said. “On the other side of the issue … you had those that wanted to promote diversity, equal opportunity.” To Shelton, if people truly grasp the difference between the two sides, hate groups will not thrive. Published 6 hours ago | Updated 4 hours ago

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SPLC: There Are 917 Designated Hate Groups In The US – CBS Miami

August 16, 2017 11:58 AM By Giovanna Maselli Follow CBSMIAMI.COM:Facebook|Twitter MIAMI (CBSMiami) There are 917 designated hate groups in the United States, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. And theres a map of all of those groups, with more than 60 groups dispersed throughout Florida. The center has various categories for the groups like Neo-Nazis, White Nationalists, Racist Skinheads, Anti-Immigrant, Anti-LGBT and Black Separatists among other categories. Related: More Than 1/2 Of Hate Crimes In US Go Unreported Through their map you can see various groups by state and in those categories as well as what city they are located in. Some of the groups in the Sunshine State include the New Black Panther Party, the Klu Klos Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, the League of the South, the Nation of Islam, Supreme White Alliance, Confederate Hammerskins and The Daily Stormer among others. Click here to see the map. Giovanna Maselli joined the CBS4 News team in March 2013 as an associate producer. There she learned the ins and outs of television news. She wrote day after day covering stories from breaking news to fun features. In the end she decided the we… Weather Forecast 24/7 CBS4 New Home For Florida Lottery Get Your Daily Dose About Us Advertise Business Development Contact Mobile Connect CBS Television Public File CBS Radio Public File

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