United States: the white nationalists seeking redemption

As the past few months have seen an increase in hate crimes across the United States, we meet some former white supremacists trying to use their new lives to stop the hate spread by the groups they once belonged to. They now give some time to an organization dedicated to fighting extremism and showing that a "live after hate" is possible.

But we'll start with Donald Trump's first-ever speech to a joint session of Congress in Washington. And it was a definitely dialled down tone from the US President, what some are calling his most conventional speech to date.
And two tourists get set to fly around the moon as early as 2018. That's thanks to a program from billionaire space explorer Elon Musk and his company SpaceX. We'll discuss this project, considered as impossible for some experts.

Source: http://www.france24.com/en/20170302-inside-americas-donald-trump-opponents-indivisibles-racism-redemption-space-tourism


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