Congresswoman Bass calls for retraction of FBI report on black identity extremism at USC event

By Matthew Kredell

U.S. Congresswoman Karen Bass spoke at a USC School of Public Policy event on Feb. 2 to raise awareness about an FBI document that she is strongly concerned will lead to police violence against young black activists.Professor Erroll Southers led an open discussion with the Democratic House representative from California in a forum presented by two centers at the Price School — the Safe Communities Institute and the Bedrosian Center on Governance.

A glance at the alarming rise of hate in the US

Fox News LA quoted Jody Armour of USC Gould School of Law in an article which states hate crime statistics are up. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) says the 2016 numbers show a 34% spike nationally and a 21% increase here in California. ADL expects that to increase in 2017. University of Southern California Law Professor,…

American Swastika

In American Swastika: Inside the White Power Movement’s Hidden Spaces of Hate (2nd edition), Pete Simi and Robert Futrell look at the white power movement. Over 15 years of interviews allow the authors to use real stories to focus on white power families and the different ways the white power movement indoctrinates the next generation of white power warriors.

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