Debunking anti-immigrant myths with immigration law expert Sharry Aiken.
If Albertan Monika Schaefer is convicted, she faces up to five years in prison
Michael Miselis took part in the violent Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville. So far, it hasn’t damaged his standing at Northrop Grumman.
July 4, 2018
By Aidan Fishman
Director of the League for Human Rights
B'nai Brith Canada
The trial of two German-Canadian siblings for inciting hatred against Jews got under way in Munich on Monday, a week after one of the accused gave a Nazi salute during a speech at a public rally.
An open letter to President Trump and Prime Minister Trudeau: Trump order will not end child imprisonment
On July 1st, far right group La Meute planned to hold their "largest and best rally ever" in Montreal. Anti-fascists outnumbered them, surrounded them, and prevented them from marching by keeping them confined to a single
Portland, once known as America's far-right skinhead capital, was the scene of a hate crime 30 years ago that galvanized action against white supremacist gangs. This Saturday, with a tailwind from the Trump White House, far-right political violence returned to its streets.
It has been announced that after five years and 400 days of hearings in the trial of neo-Nazi Beate Zschäpe and four co-accused, a verdict will be delivered on July 11, 2018 in Munich. For those who are not familiar with this case, "The NSU-Complex" (documentary) and the three-part television series "NSU German History X" ("Mitten in
Deutschland"), both on Netflix, are highly recommended (https://www.dw.com/…/people-not-monsters-controv…/a-19151685).
Another migration crisis, another EU summit, another banal resolution. Last week’s gathering of EU leaders was dominated by the migration issue, and shaped by the different needs of two nations: the desire of Italy’s new hardline coalition government to assert its authority on the European stage and the
Newly-elected Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Los Angeles, 2017):
"Today’s anti-migrant campaign is not only an economic issue, but fundamentally a political one. A specific group is taking advantage of the rise of nationalistic sentiments that permeate here and throughout the world.
The discontent in the U.S. is due of course to unemployment and low wages, just as people were upset about inflation in Germany before Hitler. But to blame these misfortunes on particular social or cultural groups, domestic or foreign, has an obvious political implication.