Former neo-Nazi confronts Unite the Right supporters
When former neo-Nazi Joshua Turner heard that organizers of the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., planned to hold an anniversary rally in Washington, D.C., he scrounged up the money for a plane ticket to be there.
Turner went with Newsy's Kellan Howell to the rally to talk to some of the roughly 30 white supremacists gathered in front of the White House. Turner now runs Saved by Reason, a non-profit dedicated to helping inmates, including members of white supremacist gangs, use critical thinking methods to alter their beliefs and behavior.
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With the anniversary of the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, approaching, Twitter is facing increased pressure from a nationwide coalition of civil rights organizations..