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Hate Crimes in the US News

American Exceptionalism & Hate Crimes

      American Exceptionalism & Hate Crimes When looking at the conception of America as an exceptional nation, a paradigm shift has occurred from a core principle of egalitarianism to that of superiority. The US foreign policy (eg drone strikes, border security, NSA global surveillance) prioritises US interests to the […]

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Report Reveals System Failures in U.S. Documentation of Hate Crimes

Report Reveals System Failures in U.S. Documentation of Hate Crimes Geneva, Switzerland, Sept. 16, 2013: The International Center for Advocates Against Discrimination (ICAAD) submitted a Shadow Report to the United Nations Human Rights Committee on Sept. 13, 2013, for the upcoming review of United States (U.S.) compliance […]

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Commun. Update: FBI Tracks Hate Crimes for Sikhs, Hindus, Arabs

The Battle for Inclusion has been Won; FBI Advisory Policy Board Votes to Track Sikh, Hindu, and Arab Hate Crimes The more difficult battle remains: getting the FBI to accurately document hate crimes nationally. WASHINGTON DC, June 13, 2013 – After intensive advocacy efforts, the Federal Bureau of […]

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Op-ed: The Rise of Hate Crimes Can Be Tied Directly to Hateful Speech

 The Rise of Hate Crimes Can Be Tied Directly to Hateful Speech External Link There is an indisputable link between inflammatory, bigoted rhetoric and the soaring incidence of hate crimes nationwide. It’s time we paid attention to the connection, write Hansdeep Singh and Simran Jeet Singh. Attorney […]

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Educational Consultation with Department of Justice (CRS) on Sikh Culture

External Link Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole Speaks at the Community Relations Service Sikh Cultural Competency Training Preview Washington, D.C. – Wednesday, September 19, 2012 “It is a great honor to join all of you as CRS previews the Department’s new cultural competency training. I would […]

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End Racial Profiling Act Statement

ICAAD’s Statement on the End Racial Profiling Act Provided for a Hearing by the Senate Subcommittee “Chairman Durbin, Ranking Member Graham and members of the Subcommittee:  I am honored to submit this testimony for the record on behalf of the International Center for Advocates Against Discrimination (ICAAD) […]

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Americans in U.S. territories can’t vote for president. This week the Supreme Court refused to hear a case to extend voting rights to Americans in U.S. territories. Hear what people on Guam have to say about the issue:
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