long past time to go after these treasonous bastards. Hit em with both barrels, reload and hit em again. Metaphorically speaking of course.
Each year since 1990, the SPLC has published an annual census of hate groups operating within the United States. The number is one barometer of the level of hate activity in the country.
The SPLC hate map depicts the approximate locations of hate group chapters. The location of a chapter in no way implies that local government officials or residents endorse the beliefs of the group. Quite often, they dont know it is there. This years hate map is also available in text format sorted by state and by ideology, and in CSV format. Data from previous years is available for download in Excel format.
Some hate groups have chapters that meet in different cities across a state. And, in some cases, these groups have not designated a specific location as their headquarters. When this occurs, the SPLC lists the chapter as statewide and marks the location as the geographic center of the state. What is a hate group?
The SPLC defines a hate group as an organization that based on its official statements or principles, the statements of its leaders, or its activities has beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people, typically for their immutable characteristics.
Black nationalist groups have always been a reaction to white racism. These groups are typified by their anti-Semitic, anti-LGBT, anti-white rhetoric and conspiracy theories. They should not be confused with mainstream black activist groups such as Black Lives Matter and others that work to eliminate systemic racism in American society and its institutions.