Don Black (white supremacist)

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Stephen Donald Black (born July 28, 1953) is an American white supremacist.wikipedia
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Stormfront (website)

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Stormfront began as an online bulletin board system in the early 1990s before being established as a website in 1996 by former Ku Klux Klan leader and white supremacist Don Black.

Madison Academy (Alabama)

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Black was born in Athens, Alabama, and became a white supremacy advocate at an early age when he began passing out racist newspapers White Power and the Thunderbolt at his high school, Madison Academy. Black finished his senior year at Madison Academy (Alabama), a private school in Huntsville.

Dominica

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On April 27, 1981, Black and nine other would-be mercenaries – many recruited from Klan affiliated organizations – were arrested in New Orleans as they prepared to board a boat stocked with weapons and ammunition to invade the island nation Dominica in what they would call Operation Red Dog.
White supremacist Don Black was also jailed for his part in the attempted coup, which violated US neutrality laws.

Athens, Alabama

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Black was born in Athens, Alabama, and became a white supremacy advocate at an early age when he began passing out racist newspapers White Power and the Thunderbolt at his high school, Madison Academy.

Ku Klux Klan

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Black joined the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in 1975, one year after David Duke took over the organization.
In 1995, Don Black and Chloê Hardin, the ex-wife of the KKK Grand Wizard David Duke, began a small bulletin board system (BBS) called Stormfront.

Grand Wizard

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After the resignation of Duke in 1978, Black became Grand Wizard, or national director, of the Klan.

David Duke

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Black joined the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in 1975, one year after David Duke took over the organization. The site has featured the writings of William Luther Pierce and David Duke as well as works by the Holocaust denying Institute for Historical Review and the Culture of Critique series.
Those who signed the pact on May 29, 2004, include Duke, Don Black, Paul Fromm, Willis Carto (whose Holocaust-denying Barnes Review helped sponsor the event), Kevin Alfred Strom, and John Tyndall (signing as an individual, not on behalf of the British National Party).

Operation Red Dog

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On April 27, 1981, Black and nine other would-be mercenaries – many recruited from Klan affiliated organizations – were arrested in New Orleans as they prepared to board a boat stocked with weapons and ammunition to invade the island nation Dominica in what they would call Operation Red Dog.
On April 27, 1981, Droege and eight other men, including Canadian James Alexander McQuirter and American Don Black, who later founded the white nationalist website Stormfront, were arrested by federal agents in New Orleans as they prepared to board a boat with automatic weapons, shotguns, rifles, handguns, dynamite, ammunition, and a black and white Nazi flag.

List of people banned from entering the United Kingdom

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On May 5, 2009 it was announced that Black was one of 22 on a British Home Office list of individuals banned from entering the United Kingdom for "promoting serious criminal activity and fostering hatred that might lead to inter-community violence".

White pride

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At first, along with these articles, Stormfront housed a library of white pride, neo-Nazi and white power skinhead graphics for downloading, and a number of links to other white nationalist websites.
The slogan "White Pride Worldwide" appears on the logo of Stormfront, a website owned and operated by Don Black, who was formerly a Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.

White supremacy

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Holocaust denial

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The site has featured the writings of William Luther Pierce and David Duke as well as works by the Holocaust denying Institute for Historical Review and the Culture of Critique series.

American Nazi Party

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Black was asked to obtain a copy of the NSRP membership list by Robert Lloyd, a leader of the National Socialist White People's Party, formerly known as the American Nazi Party.

Neutrality Act of 1794

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In 1981, Black was sentenced to three years in prison for his role in the attempted invasion and his violation of the Neutrality Act.

National States' Rights Party

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Black was born in Athens, Alabama, and became a white supremacy advocate at an early age when he began passing out racist newspapers White Power and the Thunderbolt at his high school, Madison Academy. In the summer of 1970, after his junior year at Athens High School, Black traveled to Savannah, Georgia, to work on the gubernatorial campaign of J. B. Stoner, a segregationist and leader of the National States' Rights Party (NSRP).

Athens High School (Alabama)

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In the summer of 1970, after his junior year at Athens High School, Black traveled to Savannah, Georgia, to work on the gubernatorial campaign of J. B. Stoner, a segregationist and leader of the National States' Rights Party (NSRP).

Savannah, Georgia

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In the summer of 1970, after his junior year at Athens High School, Black traveled to Savannah, Georgia, to work on the gubernatorial campaign of J. B. Stoner, a segregationist and leader of the National States' Rights Party (NSRP).

J. B. Stoner

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In the summer of 1970, after his junior year at Athens High School, Black traveled to Savannah, Georgia, to work on the gubernatorial campaign of J. B. Stoner, a segregationist and leader of the National States' Rights Party (NSRP).

Racial segregation

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In the summer of 1970, after his junior year at Athens High School, Black traveled to Savannah, Georgia, to work on the gubernatorial campaign of J. B. Stoner, a segregationist and leader of the National States' Rights Party (NSRP).

Jimmy Carter

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It was in this election that Jimmy Carter won the Georgia governorship.

Martin Luther King Jr.

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Also working on the Stoner campaign was Jerry Ray, brother of Martin Luther King's assassin James Earl Ray.

James Earl Ray

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Also working on the Stoner campaign was Jerry Ray, brother of Martin Luther King's assassin James Earl Ray.

Hollow-point bullet

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On July 25, 1970, Jerry Ray shot Black (who was 16 at the time) in the chest with a .38-caliber hollow-point bullet to stop him from taking files from Stoner's campaign office.

Huntsville, Alabama

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Black finished his senior year at Madison Academy (Alabama), a private school in Huntsville.