Derek Black, former White Nationalist – godson of David Duke, writes of his journey from “shining example” of the white nationalist movement to his present belief that the future is one of tolerance and the embrace of different cultures.
In particular he answers a question that I think a number of people are asking;
People have approached me looking for a way to change the minds of Trump voters, but I can’t offer any magic technique. That kind of persuasion happens in person-to-person interactions and it requires a lot of honest listening on both sides. For me, the conversations that led me to change my views started because I couldn’t understand why anyone would fear me. I thought I was only doing what was right and defending those I loved.
He also points out that his willingness to have those conversations started by encountering people who clearly and firmly rejected what he believed to be the truth.
You can read the full essay here: Why I Left White Nationalism – The New York Times