An exhibit now on display at the Human Rights Education Institute in Coeur d’Alene details the downfall of the white supremacists movement, which had a stronghold in this region for several decades.
Organized by human rights activists, the display includes more than 100 items taken from North Idaho’s Aryan Nations compound after it closed more than 15 years ago. The exhibit also shows the history of the Kootenai County Taks Force on Human Relations.
This is the first time the exhibit has been open to the public. It will run through the end of September.