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    Hate Groups In today’s society where differences between people are magnified and everyone is discussing diversity, tensions between different groups are remarkably high. The extreme of this tension is brought out in hate groups. Hate groups play off of the stereotypes of specific peoples. They use these generalities in their relentless and often violent persecution of those different from themselves. There are many groups that practice in such ways, most of them preaching white supremacy. The

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    Hate Groups in the United States Right now, there are many active hate groups in the United States such as the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazi, Skinheads, Christian identity, Black Separatists, etc. These hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan, which is one of America’s oldest and more feared, use violence and move above the law to promote their different causes. Another example is a group called Christian Identity, who describes a religion that is fundamentally racist and anti-Semitic; and other are the

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    Hate Groups on the Internet

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    The Web of Hate Technology has provided our society with numerous innovations that have been created to improve the quality of life on a daily basis. One such innovation is the Internet. The access to a wide variety of information is perhaps the most valuable tool, as well as the most important tool, that we have entering the twenty-first century. There are virtually no limits on how much can be achieved through the use of the Internet. This is not, however, necessarily a good thing. Most

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    that does not break any laws, but is considered to be out-of-line, is the Westboro Baptist Church. The Westboro Baptist Church has been called offensive and their actions are frowned upon by many. Is the Westboro Baptist Church actually a deviant group in disguise? In order to get to know about the Westboro Baptist Church, a person needs to know a little about who they are, where they came from, and what they represent. The Westboro Baptist Church was created in 1955 by a man named Fred Phelps

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    active hate groups in the United States of America, according to state. Racism and hate are still pumping strong through the veins of America. Since the beginning, we have been taught that our very foundation of America was the overthrow of savages and heathens that needed to be civilized through Christianity. Conflict as a solution has been the motto of the United States since the seventeenth century, but it is believed to be resolved. That is the real problem. Seven hundred and eighty-four hate groups

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    A hate group is defined as “an organized group or movement that advocates and practices hatred, hostility, or violence towards members of a race, ethnicity, nation, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or any other designated sector of society”. A hate group tries to promote malice towards others. Since its founding in 1866, the Ku Klux Klan kidnapped and killed many African Americans, bombed many of their meeting places, and sparked fear into their entire race. On December 24

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    Black lives matter: The hate Group For the past 400 year African Americans have suffered severe forms of oppression, hatred and racism. Even though America has made great strides to eliminate the practice of hatful ideologies and discrimination the residue of inhuman treatment still resides in our society. Racial violence and institutional racism is still in full effect and receiving media coverage like never before. Controversy has arisen due to lives of many African Americans being taken by law

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    The definition of a cult, as defined by Meriam Webster, is “a small religious group that is not part of a larger and more accepted religion and that has beliefs regarded by many people as extreme or dangerous” or “a religion regarded as unorthodox or spurious” (Websters). Both definitions pertain to the Westboro Baptist Church. Even though Baptist is in their name, they are not affilitated with any Baptist denomination. The two largest Baptist demoninations, The World Baptist Alliance and the Southern

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    there is a violent subculture in this nation which seeks out and indoctrinates people into their way of life. The crime that I will be focusing on during the course of this paper will be domestic terrorism, specifically hate groups such as the KKK, and various other white supremacy groups. The theory that I will be using to try and explain these crimes will be subcultural theory, but more especially the Subculture of Violence theory provided to us by Marvin Wolfgang and Franco Ferracutti. The reason I

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    facing the movement is the idea that it is a hate group. Hate groups, by Southern Poverty Law Center’s definition, are “those that vilify entire groups of people based on immutable characteristics such as race or ethnicity. Federal law takes a similar approach.” After what happened of the eight cop deaths in Dallas and Baton Rouge, people want Black Lives Matter to be named a hate group. The president of the SPLC notes that there are, in fact, black hate groups, yet Black Lives Matter does not fit into

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