Dayton held a community meeting to discuss responses to the KKK coming to town. I recorded it.
The city leaders need to realize that while it won’t be difficult to find voices united against hate, trying to have a dialogue with the Klan isn’t exactly a winning proposition.
A Klan chapter is driving two hours to protest in Dayton. They seem to have gotten their centuries confused. Let’s remind them.
He isn’t worried at all. He figures that since he’s not a person of color, he can “pass” if he needs to. His differences – his politics, religion, orientation, and relationship style – are not ones that leave visible marks on the skin. But they do leave traces all over the internet.