From the Anti-Defamation League (ADL):
In advance of the first anniversary of the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., that shook the nation, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today launched the ADL H.E.A.T. (Hate, Extremism, Anti-Semitism, Terrorism) Map ™ — a first-of-a-kind interactive map detailing extremist and anti-Semitic incidents in the U.S. The map is a visual reflection of select proprietary datasets developed by ADL experts in its Center on Extremism.
The ADL H.E.A.T. Map ™ is accompanied by a report that evaluates the ways the white supremacist movement — and the “Alt-Right” in particular — has changed in the year since the Charlottesville and provides a full overview of the complicated current state of white supremacy. Among the trends observed, the Alt-Right has embraced podcasts as a way to reach followers. White supremacist podcast audiences are not large by the standards of mainstream podcasts but represent significant audiences for white supremacists.
- Extremist-related murders (2008-2017)
- Terrorist plots and attacks (2002-2017)
- Right-wing: 2002-2018
- Islamist: 2002-2017
- Left-wing: 2008-2017
- Extremist shootouts with police (2008-2017)
- White supremacist propaganda on and off campus (Fall 2016-to date)
- White supremacist rallies (2017-2018)
- Anti-Semitic incidents (2016-2017)
The map allows users to see the types of tactics extremists use, read details on specific incidents, compare activity by type and or state, and access and download raw data.