It May Not Be Ripe for a Large White Supremacist Rally, But There’s Hate in CT

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It May Not Be Ripe for a Large White Supremacist Rally, But There’s Hate in CT

By Ana Radelat | CTMirror.org | Photos by: Al Robinson | HatCityBlog

Connecticut may not be fertile ground for a white supremacist rally like the one that turned violent in Charlottesville, Va., but the state is not immune to hate.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, headquartered in Montgomery, Ala., says there are several active hate groups in the state.

Perhaps the leading white supremacist figure from the state is Kenneth Zrallack, described by the Anti-Defamation League as one of the founders of the White Lives Matter movement, “a small network of hardcore white supremacists with connections to a variety of hate groups.” Zrallack and his brother Matthew organized the Connecticut “White Wolves” shortly after their graduation from high school in … TO CONTINUE READING CLICK HERE

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August 28, 2017

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