Posted In: Kabbalah Centre International Posted On: January 25, 2017

An unlikely friendship with a Kabbalah Centre student inspires a young man to rethink white supremacy.
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The story of Derek Black renouncing white supremacy, as chronicled by the Washington Post, was precipitated by an invitation to Shabbat dinner from Kabbalah Centre member, Matthew Stevenson.

Born in Miami, Florida, Matthew grew up in The Kabbalah Centre from the age of ten years old. When it was time to pursue higher education, Matthew chose New College of Florida, a small public school in Sarasota that specializes in liberal arts...

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