M3D1: White Supremacist Ideology?
This activity will allow you the opportunity to think about and discuss the different levels of some activity-based gangs.
Your textbook identifies three distinct subgroups of extremist movements: the Aryan Resistance Movement, Aryan Youth Movement, and White Aryan Resistance. Select any one of these groups and read more about it.
Here’ (Links to an external site.) ( https://theconversation.com/white-nationalist-groups-are-really-street-gangs-and-law-enforcement-needs-to-treat-them-that-way-107691) s one take on this. And another (Links to an external site.), ( https://www.evernote.com/shard/s64/client/snv?noteGuid=ab0f196a-2e1f-42e1-b671-fba9c7566e66¬eKey=e055acce34435e18a34f3b3bbbebc6ec&sn=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.evernote.com%2Fshard%2Fs64%2Fsh%2Fab0f196a-2e1f-42e1-b671-fba9c7566e66%2Fe055acce34435e18a34f3b3bbbebc6ec&title=To%2BDeter%2BViolence%252C%2BLet%2527s%2BTreat%2BAlt-Right%2BGroups%2Bas%2BStreet%2BGangs%2B%257C%2BThe%2BCrime%2BReport ) similar one.
Respond to the following:
Are these groups even gangs? Why or why not?
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