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  • Grand News Network
  • September 28, 2023

Groundbreaking Research By RealityCheck Aims To Curb Hate Crimes


In an age where headlines often scream louder than facts, RealityCheck is quietly rewriting the script of public discourse. Armed with rigorous research and a knack for shattering stereotypes, this charitable organization is turning heated arguments into enlightening conversations.

RealityCheck, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, announced a groundbreaking study that explores the impact of Holocaust education on hate crimes in the United States. The study has already garnered attention from politicians, academics, and international institutions, even before its official publication.

The organization partners with top institutions to conduct original research that challenges conventional wisdom. Their recent study on Holocaust education aims to shed light on its potential to reduce hate crimes, thereby increasing the safety of vulnerable groups within society.

According to a recent study by the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University-San Bernardino, the number of hate crimes reported to police in 42 major U.S. cities rose 10% last year from the year before.

The same study showed in the country’s 10 largest cities, the number of reported hate crimes rose by 22% from 2021 to 2022. “This alarming trend underscores the need for accurate, rigorous research,” says Daniel Pomerantz, CEO of RealityCheck Research.

RealityCheck aims to address this worrying trend by equipping the public with tools for better understanding. “Instead of trying to change people’s minds, we focus on increasing understanding, which leads to real conversations and less polarization.,” says Daniel.

RealityCheck is not just another research institute; it’s setting a new standard for public discourse. With numerous high-profile research projects in the pipeline, the organization is poised to continue impacting public conversations at the highest levels.

As Ritchie Torres, Member of the United States Congress, aptly puts it, “Even in our moment of greatest darkness, there is light. And there is hope.” By fostering a culture of rigorous research and meaningful dialogue, RealityCheck is not just changing conversations; they’re changing the world.

About RealityCheck:

RealityCheck is more than just a research organization; it’s a catalyst for meaningful conversations in an increasingly polarized world. As a 501(c)(3) charitable entity, it employs rigorous, investigative research to illuminate the minds and touch the hearts of the next generation.

Unlike traditional research institutes, RealityCheck aims to deepen—not change— the understanding of opinions. Its groundbreaking studies, such as the one on the impact of Holocaust education on hate crimes, are already turning heads in political and academic circles.

RealityCheck’s mission is simple yet profound: to transform arguments into dialogues, thereby making the world a less divided place.

Media Contact

Organization: RealityCheck

Contact Person: Raquela Karamson

Website: https://realitycheckresearch.org/about/

Email: raquela@realitycheckresearch.org

Contact Number: (786) 903-9502

City: New York

State: New York

Country: United States

Release Id: 2809236669

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