Cameron Padgett, photographed downtown in Atlanta, sued, successfully, for white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak at Auburn University in April after the Alabama school tried to cancel the event. Padgett calls himself an ‘identitarian,’ not a white nationalist, and insists that ‘advocating for the interests of white people’ doesn't make him a racist.
Cameron Padgett, photographed downtown in Atlanta, sued, successfully, for white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak at Auburn University in April after the Alabama school tried to cancel the event. Padgett calls himself an ‘identitarian,’ not a white nationalist, and insists that ‘advocating for the interests of white people’ doesn't make him a racist. David Goldman AP
Cameron Padgett, photographed downtown in Atlanta, sued, successfully, for white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak at Auburn University in April after the Alabama school tried to cancel the event. Padgett calls himself an ‘identitarian,’ not a white nationalist, and insists that ‘advocating for the interests of white people’ doesn't make him a racist. David Goldman AP

He’s not a racist, he says, just an ‘identitarian,’ and he books Richard Spencer’s campus talks

October 18, 2017 04:25 PM