Topics :: hate

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Leader of Russian Anti-Gay Neo-Nazi Group Arrested in Cuba

By Jason St. Amand | Monday Jan 20, 2014
The head of a Russian neo-Nazi group that’s accused of torturing LGBT youth, fled to Cuba last month but was arrested in the Caribbean country on Sunday.

Oregon City Attack Possible Hate Crime

Thursday Dec 12, 2013
The Clackamas County sheriff’s office is investigating an attack on a gay Portland man and his friend at Bagby Hot Springs as a possible hate crime.

More Details Revealed About NYC Student’s Alleged Hate Crime Attack

By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Dec 11, 2013
Officials from the New York Police Department say the group of Hasidic men who allegedly attacked a fashion student from Brooklyn on Dec. 1 may have been members of a neighborhood watch.

Out Tenn. Detective Gets Threatening Letters

By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday Dec 4, 2013
A police detective who fought to pass legislation that provides benefits to same-sex partners in Collegedale, Tenn., and was then exiled from her church as a result, recently received a threatening hate letter in the mail.

German Far-Right Politician Convicted Over CDs

Wednesday Dec 4, 2013
A German court has given a senior member of the country’s main far-right party a suspended eight-month prison sentence for selling CDs whose content glorified Nazism and incited violence.

Straight Canadian Man Attacked for Being Perceived as Gay

By Jason St. Amand | Friday Oct 11, 2013
A straight Canadian man says he was physically attacked for the second time for "looking gay."

Arsonists Force New Zealand Lesbian Couple to Close Business

By Steve Weinstein | Monday Jan 24, 2011
An elderly lesbian couple in New Zealand will have to close their florist shop because of two separate arson incidents, one of which included anti-gay grafitti.

Reflections on Phelps’ Plans to Picket Shooting Victims’ Funerals

By William Kapfer | Sunday Jan 9, 2011
Fred Phelps and the homophobic Westboro Baptist Church have their eyes on Tucson, Arizona. They plan to travel to Tucson to protest at the funeral of the nine-year-old girl killed during an assassination attempt on Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.

Institute Takes Closer Look at Nature of Hate

By Nicholas K. Geranios | Thursday Nov 19, 2009
Hate is everywhere, but the fundamental question of why one person can hate another has never been adequately studied, contends Jim Mohr of Gonzaga University, who is developing a new academic field of hate studies.
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