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This hour focuses on organizing efforts across the nation, providing valuable information about resources for activists concerned with combating racism and strengthening public access television.
The first half hour focuses on organizations founded to combat white supremacists, the Ku Klux Klan and the "Invisible Nation", one of the largest Klan groups. The Southern Poverty Law Center institutes Klanwatch, a program meant to keep an eye on white supremacist crime that in the past had gone unpunished. The SPLC also aids the poor and impoverished who have been victims of racist violence and oppression. The history of the Anti-defamation League, an organization created to combat aggression towards Jewish Americans is also relayed. In the final portion of this segment, Nazi symbols, which were spray-painted on a Synagogue in Montgomery County, MD, help a community to create programs, which challenge prejudice.
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