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    15 Ways Community Groups Are Schooling Anti-Immigrant Haters

    Far right-wing anti-immigrant extremists have come out this summer to capitalize on the child refugee crisis happening at the border. As young children flee for their lives, anti-immigrant protesters have attempted to use this moment as an opportunity to be in the spotlight. But immigrant rights groups were always one step ahead, shining light on their hypocrisy, racism and pure idiocy, and drowning out their hate speech with messages of compassion and love.

    1. They obstruct progress towards racial justice:

    We push forward in the ongoing struggle towards racial equality:

    2. They strip refugee children of their humanity:

    We cherish all children, regardless of where they come from:

    3. They see the border as the dividing line between "us" and "them":

    We know the true meaning of love your neighbor:

    4. They reject child refugees in the name of patriotism:

    We understand that America is, and always has been, a nation of immigrants:

    5. They kick people when they're already down:

    We lend a helping hand to those in need:

    6. They cause commotion and conflict:

    We keep our cool and pray for immigration reform:

    7. They don't seem to know what family values are:

    We show our commitment to family:

    8. They hide behind white sheets:

    We use white sheets to welcome refugee children:

    9. They belittle those who do not speak English...

    Our movement does not discriminate based on cultural differences:

    10. They support deportations that send refugee children back to unsafe conditions in their home countries:

    We have the compassion to not return kids to the violence they were fleeing in the first place:

    11. Their movement is based on fear and hate:

    Our movement is based on love and inclusion:

    12. They view the crisis at the border as an invasion:

    We see it as a humanitarian concern:

    13. They have their priorities mixed up:

    We set our priorities straight:

    14. They turn to sarcasm in the face of real human suffering:

    We create a game plan and a strategy:

    15. They have a few protesters and call it a rally:

    We show them what a rally really looks like: