The supremacy that unites us

Charlottesville, Virginia, August 2017. Televised images of Americans proudly bearing Nazi flags shocked viewers around the world, including me. As a child of Holocaust survivors it hit home hard to see the swastika paraded so brazenly in a country I love so dearly.

How to respond? It might seem counterintuitive to think about loving those flaunting a hate-centered sense of supremacy. Yet there are thought-provoking examples of people doing just that.

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