Daryle Lamont Jenkins has been documenting and writing about right wing individuals and organizations since 1988, while he was still serving in the Air Force as a police officer. In 2000, he founded One People’s Project out of a counter-protest to a rally in Morristown, New Jersey by Richard Barrett of the Nationalist Movement, and the organization gained a reputation of publicly documenting hate groups, and their activities, a practice known today as doxing. In addition, Jenkins has also gained a reputation for helping neo-Nazis leave those circles behind, among them Bryon Widner, whose story was featured in the documentary Erasing Hate which has been turned into a feature-length motion picture titled Skin starring Jamie Bell, Danielle Macdonald, Vera Farmiga and Mike Colter playing Jenkins. The movie made its world premiere at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival.
While One People’s Project and Jenkins had gained some notoriety over the years, it was not until real estate tycoon Donald Trump’s campaign for the presidency and eventual victory that put him, the organization and the entire Antifa movement into the spotlight. Jenkins has appeared on numerous television news programs, articles and documentaries, notably The Montel Williams Show, A Current Affair, the Rachel Maddow Show and on AM Joy with Joy Reid. In 2018, the documentary Alt-Right: Age of Rage, which features Jenkins confronting White Nationalist Richard Spencer, premiered at South by Southwest.