Pete Simi

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Pete Simi is professor of sociology at Chapman University, where he studies extremist groups, violence and lone wolf attackers. He is the author of American Swastika: Inside the White Power Movement's Hidden Spaces of Hate. He is a former professor of criminology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

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A gunman shot and killed at least 58 people and wounded more than 500 at a Country Music Festival in Las Vegas.

The Las Vegas Strip turned into a war zone

A gunman shot and killed at least 58 people and wounded more than 500 at a Country Music Festival in Las Vegas.

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Since they first arrived in the US more than 100 years ago, Sikhs have experienced brutal discrimination.

Hate, Terrorism, and America's Religious Pluralism

Since they first arrived in the US more than 100 years ago, Sikhs have experienced brutal discrimination.

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America's  latest mass killing  took the lives of seven people, including the gunman, who shot up a Sikh house of worship in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.

Personal Rage, Hostility and Deadly Gunfire

America's latest mass killing took the lives of seven people, including the gunman, who shot up a Sikh house of worship in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.

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