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North Dakotans protest white supremacist

From the Rapid City Journal Two angry protesters were hauled out and others walked out of the Leith City Hall, where hundreds more gathered outside the old wooden building in a stand against a white supremacist commander holding a meeting inside. The atmosphere was tense and confrontational in Leith on Sunday afternoon, when some 350 […]

Protesters against White Supremacists arrive In Leith

From WDAZ The people of Leith, North Dakota are hoping for a peaceful night after hundreds arrived today to protest the arrival of white supremacists in the tiny western north Dakota town. The big surprise today? A sea of law enforcement officers who locked down the town and stood between those yelling at each other. […]

Hundreds protest in Leith, ND

From KFGO A tense situation as hundreds packed the tiny town of Leith, North Dakota Sunday to protest the visit of the national leader of a neo-Nazi group. Jeff Schoep, Commander of the National Socialist movement held a town hall meeting to support Craig Cobb. Cobb started buying up property in Leith in hopes of […]

White supremacists find resistance in North Dakota town

From the Duluth News Tribune More than 300 protesters marched up this small town’s gravel road Sunday, chanting and carrying signs to rally against a visit by a leader of a white nationalist group and efforts to turn the town of 16 into an all-white enclave.   As they walked, more than 20 white nationalist-related […]

North Dakota town rallies against white supremacist takeover

From UPI Members of one of the nation’s largest white supremacist organizations, the National Socialist Movement, will descend upon the 24-person town of Leith, N.D., this Sunday in support of one man’s efforts to turn it into an all-white hub for neo-Nazis. Paul Craig Cobb, 61, starting buying up property in the Grant County town […]

White supremacist leader visits ND town

From the San Francisco Chronicle  LEITH, N.D. (AP) — Hundreds of people from three states converged Sunday on the tiny southwestern North Dakota town of Leith to support the community of 16 people as the leader of a white supremacist group paid a visit. The event drew a heavy law enforcement presence that included a dozen […]