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Barbara Malmet Aug 7
is a documentary that reflects back to us where we are as a society. It’s on tonight. Documentaries inform, educate, motivate, further the discussion and sometimes result in action. Don’t miss it.
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tree Aug 7
Oakland - turn on TO WATCH ON : NOW
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Jordan Green Mar 2
Civil rights museum in Greensboro, NC receives racially hostile phone calls after news breaks that it met important fundraising goal and had city loan forgiven.
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A.C. Thompson Aug 7
Our colleague was central to the reporting we did on Atomwaffen Division. He's a great journo and I hope that comes through in the FRONTLINE doc. CC:
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A.C. Thompson Aug 7
A few notes on the things that and I experienced at Unite the Right.
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Barbara Malmet Aug 4
watch for it Tuesday on PBS
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Multicultural Mama May 30
It will be a deep conversation tonight for Shades of Hate: then, now, tomorrow hosted by and but we’re all smiles as we will be ending the event & bringing the hope in the form of affirmations.
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Anon Guy Aug 7
Was looking forward to on tonight, but was disappointed. When the reporter has more camera face-time than the subject it feels more like an egomentary. Feel bad it was a venture too.
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Dr.S.Hawthorne-Clay Aug 7
Watching "Documenting Hate: Charlottesville" on PBS. The violence and racism is demonic!
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K.Alex B. Jan 10
Their last hate rally drew only 6 people. These cowards like to cover their faces with American flag bandannas. Even with their adoration for all things white, the snow and cold may keep them away.
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Adam Ware Aug 7
Hate speech is protected by the 1st amendment. Hate crimes are not. Period. Watch and then make sure to ... send hate groups and their crimes a message. Not in our country.
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KPCC In Person May 30
We've reached the end of our program. Thank you to everyone who joined us in person and online.
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Caroline Hendrie Aug 7
Must-read investigation on incidents of racist and other hate-related incidents in K-12 schools from & colleagues as part of project with
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Amjad Mahmood Khan May 30
Privileged to spend time with numerous community leaders and academics at tonight's event, including professor of psychology Ed Dunbar and Brian Levin, Director for the Center for the Study of Hate at California State San Bernardino.
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Sherri 👻TWDFan4Ever👻 Aug 7
“The FBI says hate crimes are at a 5 year high.”
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Eric Ginsburg Mar 2
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The Duquesne Duke 6 Dec 17
We're partnering with as part of their project. If you have, or know someone who has, experienced a hate crime or incident of bias, we would encourage you to fill out our form.
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Nichi Bei Foundation May 30
RT : If you can't make tonight's discussion with and for , you can always catch the livestream:
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Debra Dennis Nov 20
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Michael Kinney Aug 7
Having to choose being watching and
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