May 30 2019 7:15am

How to spot a neo-Nazi and other lessons from a former white supremacist

Elisa Hategan was sixteen when she became a poster girl for the Heritage Front, Canada’s most powerful white supremacist groups in the ’90s, and two years later, she helped to shut it down. Today, Hategan says the problem is online recruitment and hate speech are difficult to shut down, and that white supremacy has evolved “from the boots to the suits” driven in large part by the rise of the so-called alt-right.

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