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Hate groups have long called Kentucky home. But where does the state stand in comparison to the rest of the country? In this series, reporter Eleanor Klibanoff examines hate groups across the region, goes inside the playbook of one burgeoning supremacist group, and looks at how some residents are pushing back.

Pushing Back Against Neo-Nazis In The Neighborhood

Paoli, Indiana
J. Tyler Franklin
Paoli, Indiana

What do you do when a neo-Nazi group moves into the neighborhood? As white nationalist groups grow in number and boldness, it’s a question some communities are facing.

Reporter Eleanor Klibanoff went to Paoli, Indiana, to see how some residents are pushing back against hate.

Read part one and part two of KyCIR's "Neo-Nazis In The Neighborhood" series.
More coverage of hate groups and racial violence from 89.3 WFPL News:  A Deeper Look at Hate Groups And Hate Crimes In the U.S. and Kentucky (June 2015) Louisville Protester At Center Of Trump Rally Video Speaks Out (March 2016) Strange Fruit: Three More Trump Protesters Tell Their Stories (March 2016) Safety Concerns Force Postponement Of Rally Opposing White Nationalists (April 2017) McConnell Condemns White Supremacists Planning Lexington Rally (August 2017) Louisville Residents Rally, March Against Racism (August 2017)
Eleanor Klibanoff can be reached at  eklibanoff@kycir.org and (502) 814.6544.