VIDEO: Op-Doc On White Supremacist

(Screen Capture/New York Times)

In this Op-Doc, the New York Times spoke with Kynan Dutton, an Iraq war veteran who’s also a white supremacist. He moved to rural North Dakota with his family to answer the call of a fellow supremacist help turn a small town into a white majority voting block to take over the local government.

“As the white population has steadily decreased in the United States in recent decades, white supremacists have been mobilizing against what they perceive as a threat of multiculturalism. Though numbers have decreased by one-fifth since 2013, there are about 670 active white supremacist groups in the United States, buoyed by a strong community online,” the NYT commentary described.

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Jano Tantongco is the online editor of Long Island Wins. He's previously worked in community journalism as a staff reporter for The Long Islander and The Queens Courier. He aims to pursue truth through a combination of rational inquiry and intuition. He also enjoys bossa nova, road trips and zen philosophy.

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