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Tony McAleer says they can find out how youth can be lured into a deadly world of hate.
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It has been so successful, in part, due to a lack of critical engagement of race relations in Canada.
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The university says bigotry has no place on its campus.
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He refused, even when presented with the opportunity to do so, to denounce white supremacists and call them out for who they truly are: domestic terrorists.
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The Klan's official rulebook says the organization "shall ever be true in the faithful maintenance of White Supremacy."
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It's been barely a week and we're seeing it already. Numerous Muslim women across America getting attacked, students in universities calling black classmates "cotton pickers," and reports of racist graffiti surfacing all over the country. Already more than 200 incidents of harassment have been reported since Donald Trump won the presidency.
There have been many calls to better understand the white working class voter and placing blame on "political correctness" for what Van Jones dubbed on election night "a whitelash." In other words, that the real problem was that we weren't paying enough attention to straight, white people and shouldn't have been calling for diversity, equality and respect. But arguing that if you just didn't challenge straight white male supremacy then they wouldn't have elected a straight white male supremacist is no different than blaming a rape victim for what she wore, or a gay-bashing victim for kissing his boyfriend, or a Jew for wearing a Star of David necklace.