With the recent BLM stuff, a lot of racists have openly come out of the wood work. A MA club I train at has a uni student program that I'm involved with mentoring and one of the students has really racist views (obvious on social media). Obviously I'm not keen in helping develop the skills of someone who has a real hate towards others. I'm also in one of the minorities that the student dislikes (surprisingly so are they, theres a lot of self hate). Other MA clubs they are in have asked them to stop sharing hate on social media or to drop attending the club. The student chose not to attend. (Bear in mind other members of this club have tried to engage him in conversation to move them away from extremism with little success). At our club, my coach is really into "freedom of speech" and "people having their own political beliefs independent from the club". I disagree that racism is a legitimate political belief that should be respected. For this reason I havent brought it up with my coach. I don't feel like all the minority students should be burdened with having to talk this guy down from extremism (in my town its normal to explain on a weekly basis that you were born in the country and are a citizen despite the colour of your skin so i think it's unfair to burden the minority students). Any advice for how to handle training with this guy.