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The Ku Klux Klan is attempting to gain new recruits

The Ku Klux Klan is running a recruitment campaign across the country. The Klan propaganda dropped off in my home-town of Whittier, California Sunday morning had been previously distributed in other parts of the state: the week before in Fullerton, before that in Orange, and before that in Santa Ana on Martin Luther King’s birthday. 674 more words


Anchorage and the Beautiful Portage Area

I thought Anchorage might be the capital of Alaska, but that is Juneau. However it is the most populist city in Alaska. We parked next to Dennis and Sandy’s home downtown Anchorage. 360 more words

Epic Road Trip

Letters Allegedly Left by the KKK Found in Front of Whittier Homes

Residents in a Whittier neighborhood awoke Sunday to find fliers advertising the Klu Klux Klan on their front lawns, authorities said.

Those living in the 5400 block of Adele Avenue received plastic bags containing the fliers with KKK propaganda, a rock and a lollipop, the Whittier Police Department said. 116 more words

Local News

Whittier Residents Shocked To Find KKK Fliers Scattered On Lawns

WHITTIER (CBSLA.com) — Residents in Whittier woke up Sunday morning to find Ku Klux Klan propaganda strewn across their lawns, officials report.

Police were first notified at 6:25 a.m. 267 more words


Whittier, Alaska / PWS

Great Pacific Seafoods (the fish processing company we work for) is located in Whittier, Alaska. The drive from Seward to Whittier took us roughly 24 hours.  237 more words

Sam Hill x Murill x AGE "Kinfolk"

Whittier’s three best emcees are back at it with their latest offering “Kinfolk” produced by Rich IE. Sam Hill sets shit off by rattling off his ruthless raps, merking the beat, your dog, and your old frail grandma in the process. 51 more words


A Day For The Locals At The Crossing Foursquare Church's 9th Annual Car Show

This past Saturday, the Crossing Foursquare Church in Whittier held their inaugural car show for the ninth year in a row. Free to attend for all ages, this small display of classic cars took over the street and parking lot of this local church, allowing people to freely walk around and gaze upon the classic works of art. 87 more words