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CNC's blog Imagine2050 features updates on organized racism in the United States; investigative reporting; and candid conversations about race, immigration, and identity. CNC also collaborates with artists to promote cultural resistance through showcases, events, digital productions, and more.
There Goes the Neighborhood is a weekly series from Imagine 2050 staff highlighting upcoming nativist events. This week, events in Ohio, Georgia, and Texas. On Monday, April 24, the local Cleveland ACT for America chapter will host a “national security briefing” by anti-Muslim writer Robert Spencer in Broadview Heights, Ohio. Spencer is the latest in a series […]
The annual Earth Day Texas conference and exposition, scheduled for April 21 – 23, will once again host notorious anti-immigrant groups. These groups have long sought support for anti-immigrant policies by peddling the false message that immigrants are the cause of environmental degradation. NumbersUSA, a leading anti-immigrant grassroots organization, and the deceptively named Progressives for […]
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There Goes the Neighborhood is a weekly series from Imagine 2050 staff highlighting upcoming nativist events. This week, Minnesota anti-refugee activists hail the president on Tax Day. On Saturday, April 15, anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim activists will hold a “Celebrate President Trump” rally in Wilmar, Minnesota. As Bluestem Prairie reports, Ron Branstner and Bob Enos are involved organizing […]