It takes a brave person to confront racism face-to-face with members of historically dangerous hate organizations.
Mo Asumang went straight to the source to see why Neo-Nazis and Klu Klux Klan members have so much hatred for minorities. She spoke to several members of these groups for her 2014 documentary The Aryans.
While some were very cold and distant using those cliche “Go back to Africa” remarks, others were surprisingly open-minded after their conversation progressed with Asumang. She concluded:
“I think it totally confuses them because I’m not like they want me to be so I stand there; maybe I smile at them and because it’s a human reaction you wanna smile back so I see them trying to hold down the smile and that’s something very, very interesting.”
Check out some of the clips of her interview with BBC News below:
Here is the full interview with KKK member:
Asumang is biracial and of Ghanian descent. She is known in Germany as an actress, acclaimed filmmaker, writer, director and tv presenter.
What are your thoughts? Do you think racism is based on ignorance? Do you agree with any members of either organization?
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