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Rise Of Extremism Forces Military To Clamp Down On Racist Speech

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Pentagon officials were shaken by service members' prominent role in the events of Jan. 6, 2021. Of the 884 criminal defendants charged with taking part in the insurrection, more than 80 were veterans. At least five of the rioters were serving in the military at the time of the assault.
2 months ago·Honolulu, United States

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Rise Of Extremism Forces Military To Clamp Down On Racist Speech

Tweets, retweets and likes on social media are all on the list of things military officials are punishing service members for fostering hate online.The post Rise Of Extremism Forces Military To Clamp Down On Racist Speech appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.

2 months ago·Honolulu, United States
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Faced with a rise of extremism within its ranks, the US military has clamped down on racist speech, including retweets and likes

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin speaks at a news briefing at the Pentagon on July 20, 2022. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images by Dwight Stirling, University of Southern California Less than a month after the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin took the extraordinary step of pausing all operations … Continued

1 month ago·Pittsburgh, United States
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