Petition statement to be delivered to Pat Wright, Park Manager, Mike Legg, Vice Mayor, Michael Outlaw, Council Member 4th Ward, Joe Bird Armstrong, Council Member 3rd Ward, Horace Perkins III, Council Member 3rd Ward and 9 other targets (click here to see more)

Montgomery Bell Park: Do Not Host AmRen White Supremacist Conference

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Montgomery Bell Park: Do Not Host AmRen White Supremacist Conference

To be delivered to Pat Wright, Park Manager, Mike Legg, Vice Mayor, Michael Outlaw, Council Member 4th Ward, Joe Bird Armstrong, Council Member 3rd Ward, Horace Perkins III, Council Member 3rd Ward and 9 other targets (click here to see more)

Petition Statement

Keep our Montgomery Bell Park safe, stand up for the people, and do not allow the 2013 American Renaissance (AmRen) national convention of white supremacists to be hosted at Montgomery Bell.
There are currently 77 signatures. NEW goal - We need 100 signatures!

Petition Background

American Renaissance (AmRen) is white supremacist organization led by a man named Jared Taylor. They are designated as a hate group by several human rights organizations including the Southern Poverty Law Center. Montgomery Bell State Park will be hosting their annual national conference this year. This conference draws a wide array of other racist and fascist hate groups including the Ku Klux Klan, neo-nazis, holocaust deniers, and others to the park. This constitutes a clear and present danger to public health and the safety of park patrons and the people of Dickson, TN and must be stopped.

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