In addition to micro-managing her daughters’ musical act, Gaede has boasted of scoring free merchandise by distracting clerks at chain stores.She once rode a horse through town almost naked as part of a radio promotion.Several racially charged fliers were found in buildings in the heart of the University of Michigan’s campus in Ann Arbor on Monday, causing outrage among students after images were shared on social media. STOP — Apologizing — Living in fear — Denying your heritage . At the University of North Dakota, four women apparently posted a photo of themselves in blackface with the caption, “Black Lives Matter.” At Eastern Michigan University last week, a professor found the wall of a building on campus spray-painted with “KKK” and a racial slur. BE WHITE.” Another lengthy flier advised white women not to date black men, with lines such as, “Your kids probably wouldn’t be smart.” Michigan was one of many campuses to start the school year with images and messages that offended many, at a time when racial tensions are high across the country with protests over race and police violence.
It’s been a while since April Gaede’s teenage daughters appeared as the racist pop-singing duo Prussian Blue, but the former neo-Nazi stage mom is planning to keep busy with a new vocation: white-power matchmaker.“I was 37 with two children when my husband Mark [Harrington] and I met,” she wrote.“In any other circumstances we might have been an unlikely pair, a city boy who plays hockey and a country girl who trained horses.But because of our ideological similarities and our mutual concern about the future of our race we have much more in common than the average couple today.” She didn’t have such good luck with her first husband, the father of the twin daughters she propelled to international stardom in white-power circles.At 20, Gaede married Kris Lingelser, whom she described as a pot-smoking Icelandic pole vaulter.