Hate Groups Need to be Confronted

Edelman, Marian Wright
May 2012
Washington Informer;5/10/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 30, p25
The author reflects on horrendous hate crimes, possible hate crimes, and crimes committed by people with ties to hate groups of the U.S. which is an organized group that advocates and practices hatred, hostility, or violence towards the members of a race, ethnicity and religion. The author cites various examples for the same such as murder of a girl along with her mother in May 2012. The Southern Poverty Law Center is fighting for hate and bigotry for the most vulnerable members of society.


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