Ending White Supremacist Violence
The Center for American Progress provides analysis and recommendations for how to understand, prevent, and end the lethal and persistent threat of white supremacist violence.
A National Policy Blueprint To End White Supremacist Violence
By Katrina Mulligan, Brette Steele, Simon Clark, Asha Padmanabhan, and Rachel Hunkler
This video presents highlights from an event following the release of a joint report from the Center for American Progress and the McCain Institute for International Leadership on how to address the growing national security threat posed by white supremacist violence in the United States.
April 22, 2021
Washington, D.C. — Today, with a bipartisan vote, the Senate passed the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act. The legislation will provide culturally and linguistically appropriate resources to federal, state, and local justice officials to monitor and address the surge in hate crimes against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community since the start of the pandemic....
By the Center for American Progress and the McCain Institute for International Leadership April 21, 2021
This fact sheet outlines a comprehensive strategy for tackling the urgent and complex threat of white supremacist violence.
America needs a comprehensive strategy to tackle the urgent and complex threat of white supremacist violence.
By Simon Clark
, Karuna Nandkumar, and James Lamond October 30, 2020
As tensions rise ahead of the upcoming election, the 116th Congress can and should act now to confront the surge in violent white supremacy across the country.
This report provides a guide to identifying and calling out the white nationalist ideas that are infiltrating U.S. political discourse.
Top positions in the Department of Homeland Security have been filled by anti-immigrant extremists, many of whom have ties to hate groups, which has led to the normalization of anti-immigrant policies and the spread of dehumanizing rhetoric about immigrants in mainstream media.
Far-right violence is a growing threat in the United States. Only by acknowledging the danger, combating the political rhetoric that supports it, and learning how democracies have tackled this menace in the past can we hope to defeat it.
By Henry Fernandez October 25, 2018
The Center for American Progress joined with civil and human rights groups to develop new policies for internet companies—here’s what we did and why it is important.
February 24, 2016, 05:00am ET - 06:30am ET
February 12, 2016
Please join the Center for American Progress for a conversation with leading experts to discuss the growing use of guns as the weapon of choice for hate criminals and violent extremists; the impact of these crimes on impacted communities; and new ideas for policy solutions to help keep communities safe from violent extremists armed with guns.
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