Donnie Kennedy book signing at Barnes & Noble in Shreveport, LA, May 2010 (click on thumbnails to enlarge)

Donnie Kennedy, Brion McClanahan, author of 'The Politically Incorrect History of the Founding Fathers', and Charles (Chuck) McMichael Commander-in-Chief of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Photo taken at the Stephen D. Lee Institute Nashville, TN, Feb 2010.

Judge Roy Moore of Alabama with Donnie Kennedy at the State's Rights Summit Atlanta, GA, Feb 2010

Doc Smith of VisionHouse Filmz meeting with the Louisiana Delegates of the Southern National Congress in Natchez, MS.

Louisiana delegates at the Southern National Congress

Colorado Division SCV

Book Signing at Books-A-Million, Pensacola, FL (Confederate's Everywhere!)

Gen. Jubal A. Early SCV Camp, Tampa, FL

A cable access T.V. program in defense of Southern Rights. Sponsored by the Tampa UDC and SCV.

Gen. Jubal A. Early SCV Camp, Tampa, FL, Cruise

Monroe, LA

Monroe, LA

Arkansas Division SCV Convention, Hot Springs, AR

Arkansas Division SCV Convention, Hot Springs, AR

Donnie and H.K. Edgerton, Arkansas Division SCV Convention, Hot Springs

Lee Jackson Banquet, Memphis, TN

Author of 'Myths of American Slavery' meets Francis Bok author of 'Escape From Slavery.'

SCV Lee Jackson Banquet, Natchitoches, LA, January 27, 2007: (l-r) LA Division Commander Todd Owens, Past LA Division Commanders Donnie Kennedy, Paul Gramling, Chuck McMichael and Chuck Rand

SCV/UDC Lee Jackson Banquet, Hope, AR

SC SCV Division Meeting, Moultrie Camp #27 Mt. Pleasant, SC - Donnie with SCV Commander-in-Chief Christopher Sullivan

Ken Hamblin and Donnie exchange books, Ken gets a copy of 'Myths of American Slavery' and Donnie gets a copy of Ken's book 'Pick a Better Country'. The Kennedy Twins of Louisiana highly recommend Ken's books.

French T.V. crew at Donnie's home in Louisiana doing an interview on the "Civil War"

French T.V. crew getting a look at the Bayou State!

Donnie appears on ABCs Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher

Ron invited his personal friend Dr. Leonard Hynes to address the Louisiana State SCV Convention. Dr. Hynes was the first black leader to address the Louisiana Division.