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They were drastically outnumbered by anti-racism protesters.
In the late 1960s, in the heyday of radical left-wing groups, a debate developed within the Weathermen about the role of revolutionary women, who had been largely confined to supporting their menfolk.
Some of these flyers had been surreptitiously placed in the free Calgary arts and culture newspaper Fast Forward by Aryan Guard members.
The Friends of the Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies suspect that the individual responsible for the flyers may be Bill Noble, a neo-Nazi well-known to law enforcement for his online racist activism and who has been in the past charged under Section 319 of the Canadian Criminal Code for "wilful promotion of hatred".
Before it was over, the Weathermen were renamed the Weather Underground, and many of the group's women were taking up the gun.
Thirty years later, in a distant echo of that debate, women on the radical right — who a leading analyst says now comprise 25% of many groups and as many as half of new recruits — are increasingly re-examining their position in the world of white supremacy.
Aryan Khan and Navya Naveli Nanda have been friends for a long now.