Lies, Damned Lies, and Disinformation

Posted by Guest on June 14, 2019 in Blog
Disinformation is defined as false information that is spread with the intent for it to deceive or harm, often occurring alongside misinformation, which is false information spread with good intentions.
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Data Collection Could Provide Oversight of Counterterrorism Activities

Posted by Tess Waggoner on June 06, 2019 in Blog
Transparent data collection would empower stakeholders and local communities to have a better sense of the threats posed by white supremacist violence and acts meeting federal definitions of domestic terrorism. It would also open up the possibility of greater accountability and oversight of U.S. counterterrorism efforts.
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AAI Statement on Hofeller memo, decennial census

Posted on May 30, 2019 in Press Releases
This morning, news of the Hofeller memo brought to light what AAI and other civil rights groups feared from the moment Secretary Ross announced the addition of the citizenship question to the census: that it was politically motivated to suppress the count of various hard to count communities across the country.
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How two Supreme Court cases may undermine a cornerstone of American democracy

Posted by Ryan Suto on May 30, 2019 in Blog
The Supreme Court is about to decide on two issues central to American democracy: how we count people living in the United States and how we divide those people into districts for representation. Recently released documents reveal just how connected these cases are.
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