Billy Roper heads White Revolution, a small white supremacist group based in Arkansas. Roper was the deputy membership coordinator of the neo-Nazi National Alliance in the early 2000s. When dismissed from the Alliance, he founded White Revolution. His organization coordinates rallies and protests - often in conjunction with other groups -
that attract a wide array of racist participants, ranging from young skinheads to Identity Christians to neo-Nazis and Klansmen.
April Gaede is a neo-Nazi who was active in both the National Alliance and the now–defunct National Vanguard. Gaede is also the mother of twins Lamb and Lynx Gaede, the teenage duo that formed the now-defunct singing group, Prussian Blue. Gaede was known for taking her daughters to various white supremacists events to perform.
John Ubele is the leader of the Florida chapter of the neo-Nazi Nationalist Coalition, an offshoot of the National Alliance. The group's Web site promotes viciously anti-Semitic canards about Jews controlling the media and government.
Roy Armstrong is a long-time associate of former Klan leader David Duke. Armstrong lived in Germany for about 25 years, where he was also a member of the National Democratic Party (or NPD), the far-right extremist party in Germany.
Allen Truitt is an adherent of Christian Identity, a racist and anti-Semitic religious sect, and a leader of an Aryan Nations prison ministry known as Sacred Nation.
Martin Cox, a racist skinhead, ran a program on Radio White, an Orange County, California-based white power radio station. He was also the lead singer in the hatecore band, Extreme Hatred.
Randy Gray is a Michigan Klan member who organizes rallies for the Arkansas-based Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, featuring various white supremacist and Christian Identity speakers.
Bradley Smith is an anti-Semite, Holocaust denier and anti-Israel propagandist. He is the director of the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust, whose mission is to disseminate Holocaust denial materials to students on college campuses.
Jared Taylor runs the white supremacist American Renaissance journal and Web site. The journal promotes pseudoscientific studies that attempt to demonstrate the intellectual and cultural superiority of whites and publishes articles on the supposed decline of American society because of integrationist social policies. Taylor and Youth for Western Civilization have conducted a joint fund-raising campaign to fund and support the student group.
Kevin MacDonald is an anti-Semitic professor of evolutionary psychology at California State University at Long Beach. He also a director of the American Third Position, a white supremacist political party and the editor of the racist journal The Occidental Quarterly as well as its anti-Semitic sister journal, The Occidental Observer. The latter journal has reprinted an article from the YWC Web site.