"Tess Asplund of Stockholm, Sweden was named one of this year's most inspiring women by the BBC for facing down 300 neo-Nazis marching through a town in central Sweden."
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"Asplund, who was protesting the march with fellow anti-racist activists, says that her decision to step in front of hundreds of neo-Nazis was a spontaneous one: "I don’t think I even thought about it really, I just jumped out... I was angry so I stood and did a ‘Nelson Mandela fist." "
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An older article from The Daily Mail of the U.K.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3571113/The-moment-one-brave-woman-stands-300-Nazis-refuses-let-pass-Activist-s-defiant-gesture-fascist-march-Sweden.html