After being outed at his college as a then-white nationalist, Derek Black faced scorn and isolation on campus. Then Matthew Stevenson invited him to a Shabbat dinner — and Black faced an awakening. Black, Stevenson and journalist Eli Saslow, who wrote the book “Rising Out of Hatred,” based on Black’s life, join Megyn Kelly TODAY for a discussion about white nationalism in the Trump era and the power of kindness.
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How Kindness Changed 1 Former White Nationalist’s Life | Megyn Kelly TODAY