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Daryle Lamont Jenkins is a social and political activist known for founding One People’s Project. Even as a young child growing up in New Brunswick, NJ Daryle was fascinated with creating a world without racism. After returning from the Air Force, Daryle watched an Oprah episode that followed the Skinheads, a prominent white supremacist organization. This led to him to begin documenting and publicizing facist groups and individuals. Often cited as “the father of doxxing”, his work has led to the collapse of facist groups across the United States. Daryle has recently worked as a producer on prominent films “2020: Dumpster Fire”, “Skin”, and was featured in the widely popular “Alt-Right: Age of Rage” Netflix documentary.


Jared Taylor is a white advocate and editor of the American Renaissance, a former magazine turned website that publishes daily articles, podcasts, videos, and news items from a “worldwide race-realist perspective”. Jared Taylor has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Yale University and a master’s degree in international economics from l’Institut d’ Etudes Politiques de Paris. Taylor is also the author of Paved With Good Intentions, White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century, and the primary contributor to the collection A Race Against Time. These books are banned from Amazon and Taylor himself is currently banned from all social media platforms. Each year he hosts the American Renaissance Conference, dedicated to providing a space for white nationalists to discuss their beliefs in race realism.

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Erica Hardwick is a former member of a Neo-Nazi group. Growing up in Bluefield, West Virginia, Erica was brought into the white supremacist movement at the age of 17. She grew to be a prominent member of this community until finally contacting Daryle Lamont Jenkins in 2000. He helped her to extinguish her affiliation with Neo-Nazi groups and join the Anti Fascist movement. Through interacting and learning from one another, Daryle and Erica eventually became roommates and best friends. Erica graduated from Argosy University with a Bachelor's degree in Social Work and Psychology. Eventually, she hopes to get a Master’s degree and open a faith-based outreach center that assists drug addicts in Philadelphia to have a self-sufficient life. Daryle and Erica remain best friends to this day.


Dr. Murray began her career at Villanova University in 2010 after completing her doctorate at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Originally from South Carolina, Dr. Murray's research seeks to advance understanding about the relationships between public space and the rhetoric of social protest. Her activist work has focused on human rights, peace organizations, the Occupy movement, and combating hate speech. Her most recent research project explores public responses to hate speech in activist communities. A book-length project detailing this work, entitled Combating Hate: A Framework for Direct Action, is forthcoming from the Pennsylvania State University Press in May 2022.

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Senator Chris Coons has represented Delaware in the United States Senate since 2010. He serves on the Senate Committees on Appropriations, Foreign Relations, Small Business and Entrepreneurship, as well as the Judiciary Committee, which oversees the handling of domestic terrorism by the FBI. Senator Coons attended Amherst College before earning a law degree from Yale Law School and a Master’s in Ethics from Yale Divinity School. He also studied at the University of Nairobi in Kenya. Senator Coons currently lives in Wilmington, Delaware, with his wife Annie and their three children: Michael, Jack, and Maggie.


Iona and Valeria Jenkins are Daryle's mother and sister. Iona is an educator and minister. Valeria is a nurse who helped fund the origin of One People's Project. Iona and Valeria have played a massive role in shaping Daryle's activism.

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