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After a rash of literature distribution, in recent weeks small groups of Creativity Movement supporters have taken to the streets to hold demonstrations in Kalispell and Bozeman.

On the evening of October 3, small group of Creativity Movement supporters held a sidewalk rally in Kalispell, Montana. According to the Flathead Beacon, five demonstrators gathered next to Depot Park, with one man waving a flag of the group while others held hand-lettered signs. Though small, the Kalispell rally was in line with what the Montana Human Rights Network has identified as “an upswing in white supremacist activity recently” in the state.

A 20-year-old Kalispell woman who would only identify herself as “Kat,” and who held a sign reading “Affirmative Action = Racism,” said she organized the demonstration to show, “how everyone has their own rights but the whites don’t.”  A few feet away, another man held a sign reading, “It’s not illegal to be white…yet.” Another woman held a sign reading, “Communism is Globalism.”

During the afternoon of October 11, the Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports that eight supporters of the Creativity Movement marched in front of the Gallatin County Courthouse in downtown Bozeman. The Montana Human Rights Network reports that the leader of the demonstration was Allen Goff, the 17 year old from Billings, who’s been named “Creator of the Year” by the  group.


Devin Burghart

Author Devin Burghart

is vice president of IREHR. He coordinates our Seattle office, directs our research efforts, and manages our online communications. He has researched, written, and organized on virtually all facets of contemporary white nationalism since 1992, and is internationally recognized for this effort. Devin is frequently quoted as an expert by print, broadcast, and online media outlets. In 2007, he was awarded a Petra Foundation fellowship. more...

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