“I will agree that the majority of blacks have not evolved. . . .”
The woman at center, in the light colored sundress and glasses, is Debbie Sidle, leader of the Mid-South Flaggers and one of the most prominent Confederate Heritage organizers in the Deep South. She has put together some of the better-known events in Mississippi, and is currently stirring the pot over the University of Mississippi’s rejection of Confederate symbols. Debbie Sidle loves the Confederacy, and she loves black people who love the Confederacy, like H. K. Edgerton the late Anthony Hervey, a man from Oxford, Mississippi, who adopted a Confederate persona to highlight his (somewhat unfocused) critique of modern America.
Her tolerance and mutual respect for African Americans in general seems to be limited, though (nastiness after the jump):
Michael Hill is the long-time President of the League of the South. Y’all remember him, right?
These people are who you thought they were.