Kyle Chapman, founder of the Fraternal Order of the Alt-Knights, a collective of right-wing activists, protests against the appearance of Linda Sarsour for a commencement address at the City University of New York last week.
Kyle Chapman, founder of the Fraternal Order of the Alt-Knights, a collective of right-wing activists, protests against the appearance of Linda Sarsour for a commencement address at the City University of New York last week. Chang W. Lee New York Times
Kyle Chapman, founder of the Fraternal Order of the Alt-Knights, a collective of right-wing activists, protests against the appearance of Linda Sarsour for a commencement address at the City University of New York last week. Chang W. Lee New York Times
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