” Axelrod asked him who’re the people who invent the rank, and file of white supremacist movement? “And it resonates just as deeply, for the people who’re in this movement.” When asked if white supremacists look at Mr. Picciolini takes it further. The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) counts more than 900 active hate groups in the U.S. The tensions at the centre of the violence in Charlottesville are an issue in cities across the country.
Ask Christian Picciolini who nearly 25 years ago was a leader in the skinhead movement, CBS News’ Jim Axelrod reports. “It is absolutely false to think that the people in the white supremacist movement are really poor people living in trailer parks with no education,” she added. Clashes between white supremacists, and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, puts the country’s divisions on stark display. Trump, and feel affirmed, Picciolini said, “absolutely … 100 percent.” Watch CBS News anytime, anywhere with the new 24/7 digital news network.
Protesters toppled the statue of a Confederate soldier in Durham, North Carolina, on Monday, CBS News’ DeMarco Morgan reports. Following the violence in Charlottesville, officials across the country are taking a hard look at rallies being planned in their cities by white supremacists….Read The Full Article Here”
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