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Combating white nationalism in the classroom

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As Facebook faces calls to crack down on white nationalist propaganda, colleges have been struggling with how to handle the issue on campus for years. NBC News' Alexa Liautaud looks at what schools and universities are facing, especially as more students turn to remote learning. She spoke with a teacher working with the Western States Center, an organization that produces a toolkit for educators: 'Confronting White Nationalism In Schools'.