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Social, political movement or ideology seeking to revive Nazism or promote some aspects of Nazism
Skinheads A skinhead is a member of a subculture that originated among working class youths in the United Kingdom in the 1960s, and then spread to other parts of the world.
Skinheads in Costa Rica The objective of the Costa Rican Skinheads is to unify all the “rude boys”, “mods”, “punks “,and other groups into an anti-facist, anti-racist, and anti-sexist ideology, through the usage of style and music.
Violence against random Pakistanis and other South Asian immigrants
Skinheads who aligned themselves with the white nationalist National Front. There had also been anti-racist and leftist skinheads. Ex. Scotland and northern England.
Some working class skinheads blamed non- white immigrants for economic and social problems, position themselves against blacks and Asians. Neo-Nazi groups were largely composed of skinheads.
Many skinheads, suedeheads, ex-skinheads and football casuals in the UK rejected the dogma of both the left and right.
Skinheads formed anti-racist organizations. Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice (SHARP) logo
Men: beginning in the late 1970s: 2 and 3 grade clip- guard (short, but not bald); Now some skinheads clip their hair with no guard, and some even shave it with a razor (Oi! Scene)
John Wayne popularized wearing a T-shirt as an outer-garment in the 50’s. White shirts became a trademark, of sorts, for cutting-edge youth, thrust into street-battles against Negroes, Communists and, later, hippies vying to take over their schools, neighborhoods and government.
worn by anti-alien dock-workers Saint George symbol to match patriotism. breaking new ground aviator-crew bravado S KIN - UNIFORM M OSLEY TRADITION usually black or green (often blue) Identify either unfashionable or as a white power skinhead X or Y shape at the back, but some Oi!- oriented skinheads wear their braces hanging down.
HAIR COATS, JACKETS AND SUITS: In the 1960s:mod-style haircuts. 1980s :“feather cuts”,Chelsea in North America, (short on the crown, with fringes at the front, back and sides) Shorter punk-style version of the hairstyle; almost entirely shaved, leaving only bangs and fringes at the front. Same as men, with addition of dress suits— composed of a ¾-length jacket and matching short skirt. Bottoms: Same jeans and trousers as men, or skirts and stockings. Some skin-girls wear fishnet stockings and mini-skirts, a style introduced during the punk-influenced skinhead revival.
FOOTWEAR Same as men, with the addition of monkey boots.
1998 movie Neo-Nazi gang in L.A. Two brothers involved in this gang One kills two black boys and goes to prison
White-power boys Racists Nationalists Shaved heads Tattoos Skinheads in prison Deal with Black, Hispanic, and White groups.
“Racists are made, not born.” Two white boys who turn into white-power boys
Two black characters are key in the movie Derek’s cell mate: Friendship High school teacher: Moral voice