First Name : Max

Last Name : Hess

State : New York

Tags : East Coast Network  


He's an attorney who participated in the 2017 Unite the Right counter-protest in Charlottesville. He was the interim executive director of the Fellowship for Reconciliation, an interfaith pacifist group which seems to have recently morphed into an anti-police group. A delegation of the pacifists traveled to Charlottesville to attend the violent counter-protest. He's quoted in an interview as saying, “We blocked their (the right's) attempt to form some kind of larger political unit. If they are prepared to meet in the future, we have plans to resist those meetings if they are violent.” According to his bio, Hess has been deeply involved in criminal justice reform work, campaigning against the death penalty, working for the rights of LGBTQ people, and working for free and fair elections. Hess is an Episcopal church layman and has sung in several church's choirs. He's from the Atlanta area but moved to Nyack, New York where he was living at the time of Unite the Right. He may have moved back to Atlanta.,

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