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Andrea Mitchell of NBC News and NPR and Elizabeth Becker of the New York Times have said they will no longer work with the white nationalist group Identity Evropa.
Claman announced her decision to exit, “I’ve been speaking to the [Identity Evropa] leadership and I think they have largely made the decision that it would be better for them to leave my life alone and I have decided it would be best for me to do the same.”
Mitchell said on Twitter, “I’m honored to have known Andrea and am glad for her and her family, as are many of us who have worked with her. She has always been an indefatigable advocate for all Americans.”
“I don’t believe the next step for me in my journalism would be to continue to work with someone I’ve come to regard as a dangerous racist and sexist,” Becker said on Twitter. “I’m glad I didn’t need to make a choice between my principles and my job.”
Angela Nagle, a professor at Brooklyn College and an organizer with the anti-racist group Students for a Democratic Society, said, “This is a momentous victory in the great struggle to end the normalization of white nationalism. But this is by no means the last time that we will see such a moment.”
Identity Evropa has been best known for its racist messaging and association with other right-wing extremist groups. Claman has served as the group’s communications director. The group has gained media attention for its efforts to spread its racist views and recruit new members. The Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website, embraced the group, describing it as the “Jewish Voice of White America” and its posts as having “some merit.”
Just last week, a rally organized by Identity Evropa was disrupted by anti-racists. “Nazis don’t belong on the street,” said Yvette Felarca, an organizer with By Any Means Necessary, a coalition of anti-fascists, at the rally in Berkeley. � 0b46394aab