Keegan Hankes

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Research analyst for the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project

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White supremacist groups use the Internet to spread hatred of black people. Some of their leaders also back Republican politicians.

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White supremacist groups use the Internet to spread hatred of black people. Some of their leaders also back Republican politicians.

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