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And it’s not natural.” The interviews were part of the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism’s reporting for Documenting Hate, a project led by the nonprofit investigative news organization Pro Publica.

More than 100 news outlets and other groups are collecting data and stories on hate and discrimination incidents for the project.

During the 2016 election cycle, Brad said, he listened to Mc Innes’ show daily while he got ready for work. “None of us ever knew anybody that owned a slave,” he said. “We were all hanging out drinking beers in the backyard, and I laughed, thinking they were joking, and they were dead serious.

In an attempt to collect data and stories on hate and discrimination incidents in our community, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism has joined Pro Publica’s Documenting Hate project.

The men, all of them white and most in their 20s, had met online and were getting together for the first time.

The meeting would establish the Wisconsin chapter of an emerging national group called the Proud Boys.

He beckoned to his girlfriend, Grace Johnson, and her daughter, Isla, to come meet him.

She nodded, smiled and jumped into his arms for an embrace. The entire heartwarming affair occurred to much fanfare from applauding on-lookers.

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