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Not Okay: Part I
Not Okay takes us inside Randolph Union High School in Vermont, where 95% of students are white. The high school is at the center of two slinked battles that are tearing their community apart: whether to remove a mascot some say bears a disturbing resemblance to a hooded Klu Klux Klansman charging on a horse and whether to fly the Black Lives Matter flag.
|Sep 14, 2020|
Getting Out: Part II
Part two takes Samantha’s story from the privacy of chatrooms to the corridors of power. What is the cost of her neo-Nazi separtist views? How did she contribute to the spread of deadly lies? And why she decided to get out.
|Aug 17, 2020|
Getting Out: Part I
Getting Out begins with the Unite-the-Right March in Charlottesville, Virginia in August 2017. But this isn’t about that white supremacist rally — it’s about a woman named Samantha, who worked behind the scenes to support this violent alt-right march. This episode leads us through the story of how Samantha became the women’s coordinator of Identity Evropa, a white supremacist group, and why she decided she had to get out. Warning: The following account contains graphic descriptions that may trigger some listeners. Discretion is advised.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Introducing Sounds Like Hate
Join award-winning journalists, producers and filmmakers Geraldine Moriba and Jamila Paksima — who are behind the new SPLC podcast, Sounds Like Hate — as they tell the stories of people grappling with the rise of hate across country.
|Aug 04, 2020|