PSA: The guy at Broad and Vine dressed in a KKK robe is not in the KKK


#1

Those who may have noticed during their morning commute a man standing on the median of North Broad and Vine streets decked out in a white robe and pointed hood can rest assured – he’s in no way a member of the Ku Klux Klan.

“I’m protesting black-on-black murder,” said Sixx King, who is himself black.

Sixx is the director of documentary Mothers of No Tomorrow, a film that chronicles the ordeal faced by those who have lost children to violent crime. He donned the controversial hate group garb this morning to make a statement.

Metro - PSA: The guy at Broad and Vine dressed in a KKK robe is not in the KKK


#2

I can appreciate his need to draw attention to the facts, but he could be in emminent danger of being shot by angry blacks for the costume before they get the message.


#3

Blazing Saddles?


#4

A sadly necessary point, not necessarily the wisest way to make it.


#5

Sort of reminds me of “Die Hard with a Vengance” when Bruce Willis had to wear a sign in a black ghetto that read, “I hate n_____ers.”