So does this:
A report released on Tuesday said white supremacist groups have been increasingly active since the election of Barack Obama, the first African-American U.S. president last November.
The phenomenon could be also attributed to economic downturn and fear of immigrants, said the report, written by the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Education Fund, a leading civil rights advocacy organization.
The report came out just a week after a white supremacist killed an African-American security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Museum, not far from the White House.
The report also said hate crimes committed against Hispanics and gays are also on the rise.
Attorney General Eric Holder, the first African-American to hold the position, said Tuesday that recent violent attacks show the need for a tougher hate crimes law.
Most of the racism we're seeing in in the GOP strongholds in the south, and the Republican party is unwilling (or unable) to stem the rising tide of racism.
What does that say about the Republican Party?
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