A group of KKK members rallied in southern Indiana Saturday, but the event drew more people to counter the hate group’s message.
Fewer than 20 people showed up for the KKK’s rally in Madison, and on the other side of a metal fence surrounding the area, hundreds of protestors gathered. Protesters came from across the region, and several held signs with phrases such as “Love Trumps Hate.”
Some protestors, including the American Indian Movement’s Albert Runningwolf, came from Kentucky and brought others along. Runningwolf says his group alone brought more than 100 people.