Klu Klux Klan Erects “White Pride” Billboard In Arkansas

The small town of Harrison has been home to a number of controversial billboards lately.

A new billboard in the small town of Harrison, Arkansas, was erected by the Klu Klux Klan to promote a white-supremacist radio station, KKK members have said.

A new billboard in the small town of Harrison, Arkansas, was erected by the Klu Klux Klan to promote a white-supremacist radio station, KKK members have said.

AP Photo/Harrison Daily Times, James White

Thom Robb, national director of The Knights Party, told the paper his group was behind the advertisement.

The billboard advertises the website “WhitePrideRadio.com,” which redirects to a page for “KKKRadio.com.”

The billboard advertises the website "WhitePrideRadio.com," which redirects to a page for "KKKRadio.com."

whiteprideradio.com

The station promises its shows are “free of race mixing themes and the exploits of homosexuals – the kind of entertainment that is popular on television today – even on so-called “family” networks like ABC Family.”


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