ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is hosting a listening session about white nationalism in St. Cloud.

Tuesday night’s discussion at St. Cloud State University is part of a set of statewide sessions Ellison is hosting on hate crimes.

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Former white nationalist Christian Picciolini will be part of the discussion. Picciolini’s exit from the skinhead movement is chronicled in his memoir “White American Youth.” He now leads a global extremism prevention network called Free Radicals Project, which has helped over 300 people leave hate groups.

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State Rep. Dan Wolgamott, a St. Cloud Democrat, and Christian and Muslim faith leaders will also be part of the talk.

Last month, state officials postponed a different forum on hate crimes over safety concerns.

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