They’re raising their profile, planning more rallies across the country.
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The newly planned events include one at the University of Florida in September. The university president there says he cannot stop it, citing the First Amendment.
Texas A&M cancelled a “White Lives Matter” rally that was scheduled for September 11th.
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Movement leaders, part of the group who claim their white identity is under attack, credit the President’s immigration policies with their rise. Their numbers reportedly are up – since 2014, more than 125 new hate groups formed.
A resulting issue is how police can respond to these incidences when they become violent, and how to subdue the conflict.
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