The Center for New Community tracks organized bigotry and equips grassroots movements to mobilize a powerful force for justice, fairness, and opportunity.
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November’s election presented a significant gain for organized racist movements and the nativist threats they pose. Reduced turnout, due to both deliberate voter suppression measures and voter apathy, paved the way for President Trump’s Electoral College victory. The President, who regularly sought guidance from prominent nativist elected officials and Beltway groups on the campaign trail, […]
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Mass protests against Trump and his bigoted agenda have irked far-right activists. Some are now planning to respond with a series of their rallies. Main Street Patriots, a new group founded by three Tea Party activists that have failed to attain any national relevance, has announced “Spirit of America Rallies” in locations across the country. Over […]
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There Goes the Neighborhood is a weekly series from Imagine 2050 staff highlighting upcoming nativist events. This week, a South Carolina conference hosts two speakers favored by anti-Muslim groups. On Saturday, February 25, Citizens in Action will hold its Palmetto Panel conference in Clemson, SC. One of the featured speakers at the conference is Clare Lopez, vice president of […]