TRUMP INSPIRED HATE-CRIMES: REAL THREAT OR HYSTERIA?

“The Best Way to Stop Normalizing Hate Crimes Is to Talk More About the People Who Act as Allies”

(Aradhna Krishna, Quartz, 12 December 2016)

“This hostile climate has prompted social justice advocates to warn of the dangers of normalizing attitudes driving racism, xenophobia, homophobia and misogyny, making it the stuff of the everyday”

 

“Are There Really More Hate Crimes At Schools Following Donald Trump's Election?”

(Maureen Sullivan, Forbes, 29 November 2016)

“The problem is finding examples of pro-Trump activists wreaking havoc on schools and campuses that hold up to scrutiny. In fact, it’s much easier to find examples of violence against students who have openly backed Trump”.

 

“Is Diversity Inherently Dangerous?”

( Jóhanna Kristín Birnir, Christian Davenport, and Erika Forsberg,The Washington Post, 16 December 2016)

“He [Trump]  is one of several current world leaders to recognize and exploit the mobilizing potential of ethnic insecurity”

Hate Crimes, Hoaxes, and Hyperbole”

(Elizabeth Nolan Brown, Reason.com, 18 November 2016)

“While the public expression of nativist, racist, sexist, or anti-LGBT sentiments may have experienced a post-election upswing, incidents of actual altercations or attacks have still been very rare. (...) [This is]  simply an attempt to separate what is really happening in America right now from what is hyperbole, hysteria, or hoax”.

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