James Hart Stern

civil rights activist, author of “Mississippi Still Burning,” and president of the National Socialist Movement

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The     National Socialist Movement, founded in Detroit in 1974, is one of the biggest and oldest hate groups in America.

Black activist James Hart Stern on taking over one of America’s oldest neo-Nazi groups

The National Socialist Movement, founded in Detroit in 1974, is one of the biggest and oldest hate groups in America.

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