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KKK propaganda distributed in South Bend

SOUTH BEND, Ind.—Community members are outraged after what appears to be KKK recruitment propaganda at a local gas station.

A business card found by a man at the 7-11 at the intersection of Mishawaka Avenue and Ironwood is making its round on social media.

The man wants to remain anonymous, but says the business card was in the credit card reader of the gas pump he was parked in front of when he ran into the store to pay.

The business card advertises the National Knights of the Klu Klux Klan.

“It’s a card now but ain’t no telling what that card could lead to. I wasn’t afraid but you seeing KKK cards in South Bend, ain’t no telling where they’re at if theyre watching or whatever

Outrage on social media sparked a response from the Michiana Anti-Racist Collective.

“White supremacy is not welcome in Michiana. The KKK wants to purge them from this community and it’s not going to happen,” says Tonna Robinson, Michiana Anti-Racist Collective.

Robinson and her group aim to expose and fight all forms of oppression. They want to prevent this local hate group from gaining traction.

To follow the Michiana Anti-Racist Collective on Facebook, click here and watch the video below to find out how you can get involved.

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