Insights into the future of the internet, how to use it for good and bad, how we interact with it, and what it will mean for our lives as we age article Insults, harassment, and threats in the workplace The rise of the online harassment epidemic The rise in the prevalence of online harassment in the United States as well as other parts of the world Source: Axios article Insulting women, racism and Islamophobia in America The rise and spread of hate crimes in the U.S. as well a broader backlash against Muslims and Islam in the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks and the shooting of the American filmmaker James Foley have led to an increase in the number of hate crime reports and a new wave of racist incidents in recent months.
As a result, the National Coalition Against Censorship has recently issued a statement on the issue.
In response to the rising number of anti-Muslim incidents, the coalition called for greater transparency in reporting of hate-crime incidents in the name of accountability.
The coalition also called on businesses to use the Hate Crime Statistics Collection (HCSC) to report hate crime incidents and to provide information to victims of hate and bias based on race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.
According to the Coalition, HCSC data has also revealed that white supremacists are responsible for a disproportionate number of reported incidents of hate violence.
According the statement, the Trump administration has created a new Office of Strategic Communications (OSSC) to address the issue of hate on Twitter and other social media platforms, including the White House’s National Security Council.
This office will develop and promote new policies and strategies to combat hate and to deter the perpetrators of hate from engaging in further harassment and hate speech online.
We are committed to building a more inclusive, inclusive America where everyone feels safe, safe and welcome.
Read the statement: In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, the media have become much more focused on the impact of online hate crimes on both the left and the right.
While the number and extent of online incidents of violence against women, racial minorities, immigrants, and LGBT people has declined dramatically over the last decade, the number, and the severity, of hate incidents have not.
In 2017, a total of 6,827 reported incidents were reported across the country, according to the FBI.
The data revealed a number of trends that show a spike in hate crimes targeting Muslims and Muslims in particular.
The majority of reported hate crimes were targeting Muslims in 2017.
According, a recent survey by the American Muslim Council, 88% of Muslim women reported having experienced physical harassment and assault in the last year.
A further 11% of these women said that the harassment included physical and verbal threats, and another 3% said they had been the target of racial slurs or insults.
More specifically, the survey found that, over the course of the last four years, there has been a spike of reported bias incidents against Muslim women across the U.
“In a 2016 report, the Center for American Progress, a progressive think tank, reported that Muslim-Americans are being harassed and physically attacked on social media in ways that have become increasingly violent.
The report noted that the incidents included death threats, assault, and vandalism.
In another example, in late January 2017, the Southern Poverty Law Center reported that a woman in California received a phone call from a man claiming to be a member of the KKK that said he would kill her if she didn’t leave her home.
She fled the home, only to find her home was being vandalized, the report continued.
The woman later reported the incident to police.
Another example was a woman who received a call in January 2017 claiming to belong to a neo-Nazi group and saying she was going to kill a Muslim man.
She then reported the call to police, who arrested the woman and charged her with a hate crime.
The Southern Poverty Act has been under scrutiny in recent years for a range of reasons, including that it fails to provide an accurate picture of hate groups.
The Center for Media and Democracy reported that the FBI has been investigating the SPLC since 2016 and found the organization’s investigation of the SPL to be flawed.
The SPLC also alleged that the Southern Anti-Defamation League (SADL) had biased reporting of its own.
SADL has denied any bias.
This latest news comes just as a group of Muslim students at Columbia University filed a federal lawsuit in New York against Columbia, accusing the school of failing to investigate a string of incidents of racial and homophobic violence at their school.
In a statement, a Columbia spokesperson said: The university stands with the Columbia community in their fight against hate and has a zero-tolerance policy on