About Our Campaign

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, violent domestic extremism is encouraging, condoning, justifying or supporting the commission of a violent act to achieve political, ideological, religious, social or economic goals.

It is legal in the United States to have hateful or extremist beliefs as long crimes or violent acts are not committed based on those beliefs. The right to assemble as a group is also protected by the United States Constitution.

The purpose of Stop Homegrown Hate is to educate the public about the existence and danger of violent domestic groups and not to offer opinions about the beliefs of these groups or individuals.

There are hundreds of organized hate groups operating within the United States and thousands of individuals committing independent acts of domestic extremism. The majority of these groups and individuals subscribe to one of these ideologies. Click here to read more about their beliefs.
Hate Timeline
A timeline of domestic terrorists acts and the evolution of hate groups in the United States.

Current events and articles about domestic extremist groups and acts of violence on a local, state and national level.

For additional information on violent extremism please visit the Department of Homeland Security Countering Violent Extremism page.