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ACT for America says it won’t tell which elected leaders are speaking at this year’s gathering in Washington, D.C. The notorious anti-Muslim organization ACT for America will once again descend on our nation’s capitol on September 6 – 7 to hold its annual conference and legislative briefing. And like past years, the conference will serve […]
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There Goes the Neighborhood is a weekly series from Imagine 2050 staff highlighting upcoming nativist events. This week, a rising star on the anti-Muslim speaking circuit heads to Ohio. Former Department of Homeland Security employee Philip Haney will speak at three separate events in Ohio this week sponsored by local chapters of anti-Muslim grassroots group ACT for […]
Ryan Mauro, a “national security analyst” at the anti-Muslim group the Clarion Project, was slated to appear at a San Diego law enforcement training focused on “Islamic terrorism” Wednesday and today sponsored by The California Association of Tactical Officers. Given Mauro’s past history of promoting anti-Muslim conspiracy theories, the event has been scrutinized by civil rights groups. Still, the […]
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