Combat Hate

GPAHE Testifies Before U.S. House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs 

We Must Do More To Stop Domestic Violent Extremist Groups From Recruiting Veterans

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Six Months After Jan. 6, The Far Right Is Far From Down And Out

You would think that a riot played out live on television, hundreds of arrests, and an administration focused on combating white supremacists and militias would dampen the growth of far-right extremist movements, politicians, and their activities.

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YouTube Still Hosting Terrorist-Inspiring White Supremacist Content

In July 2020, the Global Project Against Hate and Extremism (GPAHE) released a report, “International White Nationalist Movement Spreading on Twitter and YouTube,” that documented the sprawling international network of the white supremacist group..

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The QAnon Conspiracy Theory’s Impact on American Democracy

It was impossible to miss the many, many signs of QAnon conspiracy adherents during the storming on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Many in the surging mob held “Q” signs, wore Q jackets..

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Facebook Must Ban Trump Permanently, Democracy is at Risk

For years on social media, Trump spewed hate and racism, pitted Americans against each other, spread lies, and made white supremacists feel that they had a leader in the White House.

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Why Is YouTube Still Hosting and Monetizing Content Connected to White Supremacist Terrorism?

Last July, GPAHE alerted YouTube in its report, International White Nationalist Movement Spreading on Twitter and YouTube, to the fact that it was hosting dozens of channels run by Generation Identity (GI) chapters.

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Antisemitism Rising Among American Right-Wing Extremists

Among the throngs of right-wing extremists who invaded the American Capitol on January 6 egged on by President Donald Trump were neo-Nazis, white supremacists and thousands of supporters of QAnon..

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The Transatlantic Connections Between American and Southeastern Europe’s White Supremacists

A revisionist interpretation of the history of Southeast Europe, in particular the Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s, has become inspirational to American white supremacists.

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Google’s Knowledge Graph Is Rife with Misinformation and an Easy Tool for Online Radicalization

Tommy Robinson, aka Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, is mostly known as a rabble-rousing, anti-Muslim UK activist. Robinson has led violent protests against immigrants and Muslims..

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Twitter, YouTube Allowing Anti-LGBT Hate Speech, Antisemitism and Racism to Thrive in Poland

Marginalized communities and minorities in Poland have been under increased pressure and attack in recent years, with an escalation in the last several months.

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