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GPAHE Brings You the Latest News in Far-Right Hate and Extremism

Project 2025 Blog Series 

GPAHE continues to track Project 2025’s supporters, and our blog series is an important resource for staying up to date on all things Project 2025. 

Read our March 27th Update: Last week, we looked at Project 2025’s involvement in the Mifepristone case, the Project’s disturbing inroads in Alabama, and its war on climate change and electric vehicles. We also shared Project 2025 supporters’ recent comments on trans people’s mental health, biblical borders, critical race theory, and the “sexual evils” of contraception.

Check out this week’s update, where we look into Leonard Leo’s massive funding of Project 2025 advisors, a Christian Nationalist version of social studies called American Birthright, and how Project 2025 member America First Legal is attacking corporate DEI programs. 

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NEW from GPAHE: Roblox Deplatforms Hate-Infested “Election Simulator” Experience After GPAHE Reporting

Last month, our investigation uncovered that the Roblox experience titled “Election Simulator” was filled with disturbing fascist content. Following our reporting, Roblox took action by de-platforming the experience and placing it “under review.” Although this is a win, we have further evidence that additional measures are crucial to safeguard vulnerable communities, particularly young game players, from the influence of extremist and far-right users who exploit online gaming platforms to indoctrinate the impressionable into their movements.  

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NEW from GPAHE: Far-Right Extremist Accounts Surging on Mainstream Platforms

This week our report highlighted a concerning trend: far-right extremist social media users are transitioning from their usual unmoderated platforms, such as Telegram, to mainstream channels like Instagram, TikTok, X (Twitter), and YouTube, to spout their hateful rhetoric. This development is alarming and shows that tech companies are failing at content moderation, and extremists have taken notice. Our reporting underscores why our ongoing advocacy is needed to pressure tech companies to enforce their content moderation policies. Explore our findings on how these far-right users, and their hateful rhetoric, are thriving on social media. 

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