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Universal Orlando Resorts Drops 'Savage Nation' Ads

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Dec 03, 2007

(eTN) The Hate Hurts America Community and Interfaith Coalition (HHA) today announced that Universal Orlando Resorts has joined a growing list of advertisers that have stopped advertising or refuse to place their ads on Michael Savage's "Savage Nation" radio program.

HHA, a group of religious and civic organizations seeking to challenge hate speech on talk radio, was formed as a result of Savage's recent rhetorical attacks on Muslims, Islam and the Quran, Islam's revealed text. Coalition members are calling on advertisers nationwide to stop airing commercials on Savage's nationally-syndicated program.

Savage has a long history of rhetorical attacks on a variety of minority groups.

Advertisers that have already stopped airing, or refuse to air commercials on "Savage Nation" include AutoZone, Citrix, TrustedID, JCPenney, OfficeMax, Wal-Mart, and AT&T.

The Hate Hurts America Community and Interfaith Coalition includes public officials and civil rights advocates, as well as representatives of the Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Latino, and Asian communities.

Universal Orlando Resorts Drops 'Savage Nation' Ads
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