The Eliminate Hate Campaign seeks to draw attention to groups it sees as extreme and hateful against LGBT people, accusing them of hiding behind ostensibly Christian or family values.
"2016 was an unprecedented year for hate … with a resurgence of white nationalism that imperils the racial progress we've made … and a president whose policies reflect the values of white nationalists."
Trump's candidacy has "legitimized" the ideals of extremist and militia groups that had previously been "on the political fringe," one researcher says.
During a private meeting in New York today Trump will meet "the most bigoted, most homophobic and most influential anti-LGBT advocates in the United States."
In this edition of "Ask the White Guy," DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti addresses a reader's concerns about how to approach symbols historically rooted in hatred.
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