Politically-charged congressional meetings won’t accomplish anything on the serious issue of white nationalism or any other racism and hate, other than inadvertently “normalizing” and actually empowering it. That’s the view of Jeffrey Imm, the founder of the volunteer human rights activist group, REAL – Responsible for Equality and Liberty.
He believes the great divide in American political debate, or zero-sum politics, is preventing a major push for human rights in the United States today.
In this fascinating interview with Clarion’s National Correspondent Shireen Qudosi, Imm looks at what divides and unites us. The pair discuss how we can better tackle radical Islam, white nationalism and other ills as a more cohesive society.