- Black Lives Matter protesters traveled to Zinc, Arkansas, on Sunday to demonstrate about social justice
- The protesters picked Zinc because it is where Ku Klux Klan national director Thomas Robb has a compound
- The protesters were met with armed local residents who were there to keep an eye on them
- Protesters shared pictures of armed men who used their cars to block off the road leading to Robb’s home
- Protesters also shared pictures of people who they identified as members of the League of the South, which the Southern Poverty Law Group says is a neo-Confederate organization
- The protesters were seen having discussions with local residents during their peaceful demonstration
- Protesters said that nobody had ever gone to Zinc to have demonstrate and they made ‘history’ while doing it
Arkansas Black Lives Matter protesters traveled to Zinc, Arkansas, to march on the Ku Klux Klan’s Grand Wizard’s hometown and compound Sunday.
The protest comes just four days after a viral video labeled nearby Harrison, Arkansas, as being ‘America’s Most Racist Town’ and the ‘Ku Klux Klan Headquarters.’
The KKK’s website claims its national headquarters to be in Harrison and that its national director, Thomas Robb, uses at least three post office boxes there, the Springfield News-Leader reported.