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There Goes the Neighborhood is a weekly series from Imagine 2050 staff highlighting upcoming nativist events. This week, events are scheduled in Illinois, California, Texas, and Florida. On Monday, February 20, the local chapter of anti-Muslim grassroots group ACT for America will hold a meeting in Des Plaines, Illinois. According to online announcements, the meeting will focus […]
In April 2010, law enforcement officers gathered for a routine three-day seminar in Columbus, Ohio. But the trainers were far from usual, and by the end of the seminar they had manufactured a terrorism suspect out of a well-known state employee. Islamophobia Academy: A Timeline The lead trainer was a man named John Guandolo, who […]
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There Goes the Neighborhood is a weekly series from Imagine 2050 staff highlighting upcoming nativist events. This week, events in Ohio, Colorado, Idaho, and California. On Sunday, February 12, the local chapter of anti-Muslim grassroots group ACT for America will host a meeting in Broadview Heights, Ohio. The meeting will include a “national security briefing” via Skype […]