African-American Sixx King Stood In Traffic Wearing a Klan Robe Yesterday, Is Not Part Of The Klan

This is the preview of the movie from the guy who stood at Broad and Vine yesterday dressed up in a klan robe to make “a stance that the number of African-Americans killed has surpassed the number of victims in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and African-Americans have killed more of their own people than the KKK.”

Sixx King’s documentary Mothers of no Tomorrow examines the truly incomprehensible challenges faced by people who have lost loved ones to violent crime.

King yesterday (left) and on casual Fridays (right)

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