Christian Picciolini didn't learn racism at home.
But at the age of 14, when he joined a violent neo-Nazi group, he became expert at it.
He'd been bullied for years and felt abandoned by his parents — Italian immigrants to the US working up to three jobs at a time.
He was also at the "magic age" for recruitment.
When a neo-Nazi skinhead approached him on the street and asked his name, it wasn't to tease him — it was to invite him in.
And the offer of a community was an easy sell.