Ian Volkic
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Tattoo after bilateral mastectomy "It doesn't take a penis to be a bad ass and it doesn't take breasts to be a sexy woman JJR " WOW! Very impressive!

Tattoo after bilateral mastectomy "It doesn't take a penis to be a bad ass and it doesn't take breasts to be a sexy woman JJR " WOW! Very impressive!

warriors foot tattoo

warriors foot tattoo

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In the hood: two members of the Ku Klux Klan, c.1870. The KKK was founded on 24 Dec 1865.

In the hood: two members of the Ku Klux Klan, c.1870. The KKK was founded on 24 Dec 1865.

8.) After Griffins news letter was published he started to receive hate mail threats of hate groups. This picture resembles the kkk burning crosses like when the hate groups burned down a cross at a black school to represent hatred of blacks being educated.

8.) After Griffins news letter was published he started to receive hate mail threats of hate groups. This picture resembles the kkk burning crosses like when the hate groups burned down a cross at a black school to represent hatred of blacks being educated.

1 niño del KKK tocando el escudo de un policía negro

1 niño del KKK tocando el escudo de un policía negro

Todd

Todd

During a Ku Klux Klan rally in Georgia, Todd Robertson, a photographer for The Gainsnville Times, was sent to capture the moment. There were 66 Klan members and three officers at the rally with about 100 onlookers.  Robertson followed a mother and her children. Her two young boys were dressed in the Klan robes with the pointy white hats. To Robertson's shock, one of the boys went up to an African An American officer and looked into his shield. Before his mother could snatch him away,

During a Ku Klux Klan rally in Georgia, Todd Robertson, a photographer for The Gainsnville Times, was sent to capture the moment. There were 66 Klan members and three officers at the rally with about 100 onlookers. Robertson followed a mother and her children. Her two young boys were dressed in the Klan robes with the pointy white hats. To Robertson's shock, one of the boys went up to an African An American officer and looked into his shield. Before his mother could snatch him away,