Opinion

Supremacist attitudes are a universal enemy

Law enforcement agencies have identified right-wing extremism as a growing and significant threat to public safety in North America. This means we must work even harder than ever to challenge any and all supremacist attitudes which could potentially lead to harm.

Consider what fuels those who support such attitudes, including what fuels them to support the likes of Donald Trump. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash

By AMIRA ELGHAWABY

PUBLISHED : Monday, April 25, 2016 12:00 AM

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