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Christie: Human Rights Video Superb

Tony Stewart and I drove to the studio in Moscow last night and took part in the after review roundtable discussion with Marcia Franklin. She hosted the show from Boise for Idaho Public Television. If you have not had a chance yet to watch this documentary please schedule the time to do it. It is very powerful, moving, and accurately captures our history in Kootenai County. You will see images of the compound and the activites there captured on film that have never been broadcast before. For those that lived here through the difficult times of the Annual Aryan Congress, the violence, the compound, and the parades, and the trial that changed it all this will give you pride in how far we have come as a community.

Question: Were you here for the opening days (early 1980s) for the human rights struggle against white supremacism in North Idaho?




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