Using false names and addresses, public commenters who joined Tuesday’s Brookhaven City Council meeting virtually over Zoom criticized the city and segued into spreading hate speech before being cut off.
A advertiser backlash has begun to snowball on X since Elon Musk endorsed an antisemitic post on the site and a watchdog group say the company was placing ads next to pro-Nazi content.
In its announcement, the Education Department said five complaints involve alleged antisemitic harassment and two involve anti-Muslim harassment on campuses across the country.
The distribution of flyers or other material designed to harass or intimidate another person or group is now illegal in the city of Brookhaven.
As Brookhaven celebrated a weekend-long international festival on the Peachtree Creek Greenway, antisemitic flyers were distributed in driveways in several neighborhoods.
The man convicted of killing 11 worshipers and wounding six others at the Tree of Life Synagogue in 2018 could face the death penalty. The attack is the deadliest antisemitic assault in U.S. history.
Georgians from Bibb County and across the state packed a downtown Macon sanctuary on a sweltering Sunday afternoon to express support and solidarity for Temple Beth Israel and the wider Jewish community.
A community service scheduled for Sunday in response to antisemitic rallies held in Macon last week has been moved to accommodate a larger crowd.
Neo-Nazi protests in Marietta and Macon have renewed the push to pass an antisemitism bill that stalled in the Georgia legislature this year.
A neo-Nazi group angered residents of Macon across two days of action in front of the city’s 164-year-old synagogue.
Friday on Political Rewind: Last Sunday, the musical Parade won the Tony for Best Revival of a Musical. Written by Atlanta native Alfred Uhry, Parade documents the 1915 lynching of Leo Frank. Host Bill Nigut welcomes Uhry, Rabbi Alvin Sugarman, and author Steve Oney to tell Frank's story.
The landmark plan outlines over 100 steps that federal agencies will take within a year. But the Biden administration says it will only work if other individuals and institutions take action too.
Residents in the Lake Claire, Candler Park, and Kirkwood neighborhoods discovered antisemitic and anti-transgender flyers on their sidewalks and driveways this past weekend.
It seemed for a time that 2023 could be the year the Georgia Legislature passed a bill defining antisemitism in state law, but familiar fault lines prevented the effort from crossing the finish line.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: As Sine Die looms over the Dome, legislators scramble to pass several high-profile bills. Gov. Brian Kemp supported a school choice measure that critics say would rob public schools of much-needed funds. Sports betting and expanded hate crime bills also saw a second life. We also discuss a tragic school shooting in Nashville.