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Hate crimes / [compiled by Grey House Publishing].

Publication:
Amenia, New York : Grey House Publishing, 2020. , © 2020.
Series:
Reference shelf; v. 92, no. 1.
The reference shelf ; volume 92, number 1
Format/Description:
Book
xv, 199 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Subjects:
Hate crimes -- United States.
Mass shootings -- United States.
School violence -- United States.
Hate crimes -- Government policy -- United States.
Hate crimes -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Freedom of speech -- Social aspects -- United States.
Freedom of speech -- United States.
Freedom of speech -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Domestic terrorism -- United States.
Terrorism and mass media.
White supremacy movements -- United States.
Right-wing extremists -- United States.
Terrorists -- Social networks.
Form/Genre:
Reference works.
Contents:
1. Hate as part of society :
Defining hate
What we investigate
FBI releases 2018 hate crime statistics
Learn more about hate crimes
The U.S. finally made lynching a Federal crime
Hate-crime violence its 16-year high, FBI reports
Mail bombs, hate crimes, and he meaning of terrorism
2. Causes and responses :
Entering an era of rising hate crimes
Trump and racism: what do the data say?
American Islamophobia in the age of Trump: the global war on terror, continued?
Steve Scalise: don't blame Trump for mass shootings
Did counties hosting a Trump rally in 2016 see a 226% spike in hate crimes?
"We need to evolve": police get help to improve hate crime tracking
The FBI's new approach to combating domestic terrorism: straight talk
Congressman Serrano and Senator Casey introduce the Stop Hate Act to address the rise in hate crimes through social media
3. Hate laws and the Constitution :
The limits of Free Speech
Is the cure of censorship better than the disease of hate speech?
The limits of Free Speech for White Supremacists marching at the Unite the Right 2, explained
Hate speech and hate crime
the El Paso shooting revived the Free Speech debate. Europe has limits
Portland considers Antimask Law aimed at Antifa violence
Free Speech can be messy, but we need it
Should we treat domestic terrorists the way we treat ISIS?
4. Prevention, outreach, and training :
Schools as safe places for learning
Hate crime in America policy summit
Hate in schools: an in-depth look
Political correctness and anti-Jewish bias mar first draft of California's Ethnic Studies curriculum
Justice Department commemorates 10th anniversary of Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr., Hate Crimes Prevention Act
5. The role of the media and big tech :
The connected society
How Journalists cover mass shootings: research to consider
In Congressional hearing on hate, the haters got their way
A campus murder tests Facebook clicks as evidence of hate
The media botched the Covington Catholic story
Hate speech on social media: global comparisons
How Big Tech can fight White Supremacist terrorism: it has the tools- it just needs to use them.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Grey House Publishing, Inc., compiler.
ISBN:
9781642656008
1642656003
OCLC:
1137745582
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