Images of the man from Conover wearing full KKK gown and waving at traffic went viral over the weekend.
Petitions that call for the Ku Klux Klan, the oldest hate group in American history, to be declared a terrorist group, gained momentum after President Donald Trump said he wanted ANTIFA declared a terrorist organization.
The Change.org petition is one of a number of campaigns to have gone viral in the past few days.
The Fallon protest eventually saw protesters from both sides coming together to hug.
The online petitions went viral after President Donald Trump said antifa will be treated as a terrorist organization.
The white supremacist hate group are currently only listed as a domestic extremists, who are prosecuted differently to terrorists.
"We are investigating whether hate crimes charges are appropriate," said Virginia Commonwealth Attorney Shannon Taylor in a Monday statement.
A similar incident also occurred at a Vons store in Santee, San Diego, earlier this month.
The incident occured in the city of Santee, which has an infamous history of racially motivated attacks and white supremacist activity.
"We're in a global pandemic and can't go to church. I thought it was a nice thought," he explained.
The Honorable Sacred Knights of Indiana submitted an application to stage another event in Ohio City after less than a dozen turned up last May.
Julia Acosta-Grommon allegedly berated a bartender, stating that black people were "unappreciative dogs" and she hoped that he would get a visit from the KKK.
Louie Bernard Revette handed 11-year sentence for racist act in Seminary in October 2107.
Firebrand anchor Dana Loesch made a number of incendiary remarks while appearing on NRATV.
The National Rifle Association will shut down production of NRATV on Wednesday, according to The New York Times.
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The Coquitlam Liquor, Tobacco and Food Delivery company has shut down its website following the backlash.
Jewish leaders have warned their community to stay away from the demonstrations.
Julie Edwards has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, making a threat against a law enforcement officer, refusing to submit for testing and resisting an officer without violence.
"It probably won't be long before they're burning rainbow flags in people's yards."
"My belief system is yes, it does belong in some type of historical location like a museum. But in a business — in which you are representing people of all sexual orientations, religious orientations, ethnic orientations — you shouldn't have that."
Following an apology for the photo, Northam denied that he was in the photo at all: "I was not in that costume, either as blackface or KKK," he said.
Northam's popularity has fallen off a cliff.
The governor did say that in a separate instance, he "darkened" his face with "a little bit of shoe polish" to appear as Michael Jackson for a dance performance in San Antonio.
"I'm a single woman, I have children here, so it's like, 'Why are you harassing me?' So enough is enough."
"They're very collectible and it is strictly historical," said auctioneer Dawn Miller.
Trump "has presided over and engaged in directly a series of racially insensitive remarks," Jeffries said Wednesday.