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A White filmmaker held up a Black Lives Matter sign in Harrison, Arkansas, and here's what happened

July 31, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

A White filmmaker traveled to a town just outside the headquarters of the Ku Klux Klan to document reactions to him holding a Black Lives Matter sign.

In his latest project, Bliss said he strung together an edited video compilation of what he believes is a raw look and reminder of just how prevalent racism remains in pockets of the country.

The two minute video was posted on Monday and begins with Bliss holding his sign in front of a billboard on the side of a busy highway in Harrison.

In the clips seen on his video, Bliss said he stood on the side of a main highway for parts of the video.

"Have a little pride in your race brother," a man in a gray minivan says in the video while driving by Bliss.

In the video, another man in a tan car drives by Bliss, shows him his middle finger and says nothing at first.

Bliss said he blurred her face in the video for her protection.

Bliss' video caught the attention of Harrison city leaders.

"The video does not represent Boone County nor the City of Harrison," the statement said.

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