I'm quoted in the AP story posted at the Virginian Pilot:
The educational rights group, on the other hand, hopes to be as far from the neo-Nazis as possible, said Peter Stinson of Portsmouth, one of the rally organizers.So, let's hear it for social justice, diversity, tolerance, and non-violence.
"My hope for the day is that I don't see a brown shirt," Stinson said, referring to the Nazi uniform.
The Pennsylvania organization, which is headed by Stinson's brother, Philip, held a similar demonstration at Valley Forge when the National Socialist Movement rallied there last September.
Its plan in Virginia is to act as an umbrella organization for area groups that want to protest the Nazi gathering, Peter Stinson said.
The group received a grant from the Southern Poverty Law Center for the rally last fall and hopes to receive the same backing for Yorktown, Stinson said.