Holocaust Survivor From Dallas Hopes to Highlight Human Goodness in Speech at Texas A&M Unity Event

Max Glauben, a Dallas resident who survived the Holocaust, will speak at Texas A&M University on Tuesday evening at the same time a leader of the so-called alt-right movement appears on campus.Prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer, who attended St. Mark's School of Texas in Dallas, will speak at Texas A&M on Tuesday night as planned. But the university has planned an event at the same time called Aggies United. The "alt-right" is a conservative movement with roots in white nationalism, racism and populism. Its members tend to be anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim, anti-Semitic and anti-feminist.Texas A&M — which didn't invite Spencer, 38, to speak — says its "leadership finds his views as expressed to date in direct conflict with our core values."  Continue reading...

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