Business Insider: A former white supremacist has a potentially unpopular message for how to stop extremist movements

Business Insider | 26 Aug 2017
Christian Picciolini

Christian Picciolini, a former white supremacist, says violent resistance is likely to do more harm than good in efforts to diminish far right groups' power and size.

"I don't think anyone in the world became anti-racist because they were punched in the face by a protester or hit with a bottle of urine," Picciolini told Business Insider. "It simply becomes harder for them to come back. They get pushed further away."

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