Cutline Show to Explore Everyday White Supremacy on Feb. 18

John Henry Smith will host Cutline: Everyday White Supremacy, which will air on Thursday, Feb. 18, at 8 p.m. on Connecticut Publ
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John Henry Smith will host Cutline: Everyday White Supremacy, which will air on Thursday, Feb. 18, at 8 p.m. on Connecticut Public Television.

This hourlong special features frank discussions with thought leaders from around Connecticut -- and the country -- on the depth to which both violent and nonviolent white supremacy infects modern society, why people espouse these views and what everyone can do to make for a more equitable world.

For the show, we spoke with two former white supremacist group members, Scott Ernest and Shannon Foley Martinez.

In the linked audio interview, you can find a portion of our talk that did not make it into Cutline. In it, you’ll hear them discuss the degree to which violent episodes like the Capitol riot allow nonviolent people who hold supremacist views to deny those views.

You’ll also hear them discuss the symbiotic link between Islamic terror and white supremacist terror, how things like racist jokes and complaints about political correctness lead to white supremacist violence, and the lengths to which violent white supremacists are going to join the police and military.

Read rest of story here.

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