May 9, 2012 Posted by Daryl Johnson Black Supremacist Movement

PHILADELPHIA, [PA]—There’s no party headquarters and no membership roll — just a doorbell at a modest brick home in the lawn-checkered, rebuilt stretch of North Philadelphia between the Temple campus and Center City. When King Samir Shabazz, the Philadelphia chairman of the New Black Panther Party, emerges, he agrees to an interview only if it can be conducted while he paces up and down the sidewalk out front. The New Black Panthers are a political party with no elected officers, and even trackers have no idea how many members it has nationwide — probably somewhere in the hundreds. A website maintained by Shabazz called RebelSlaves.com promotes a weekly meeting at a former post offic  

May 9, 2012 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

FERRIDAY, [LA]—In the months following the horrific burning and eventual death of Ferriday businessman Frank Morris by members of the Ku Klux Klan in December 1964, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) doggedly hunted for the killers and a motive for whomever murdered, or had killed, the affable black business owner. Morris suffered horrific burns on 95 percent of his body and died four days later. The case remains one of six Civil Rights-era murders still under investigation by the FBI. View More>>  

May 9, 2012 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

SANDPOINT, [ID]—It’s unlikely that any other Bonner County sheriff candidate spent their Friday night like Shaun Winkler. At his compound just outside Priest River, Winkler and other family members of the northern Idaho Ku Klux Klan klavern held a get-together that included a nighttime cross lighting. Winkler, 33, is also tied to the Aryan Nations and Church of Jesus Christ-Christian. He has participated in racially-charged Kootenai County protests. According to Winkler, cross lighting, more commonly known as cross burning, often provokes strong reactions from most people. That’s why the ceremony is conducted in private within the compound once a month or so. View More>>