Stormfront Founder's Wife Fronts for Minority School
This spring, a high-society New York magazine called Quest ran a short feature about Emilia Fanjul, the wife of sugar baron Jose "Pepe" Fanjul, and her remarkable efforts to help black and migrant worker children out of poverty. The story described how Fanjul, a major philanthropist, was helping to finance and build a sparkling new campus for Glades Academy, a charter school for kids in the town of Pahokee, Fla., which suffers with a 32% poverty rate. "I call them the forgotten children," Fanjul said. "My greatest wish is that they gain dignity and hope."
At the end of the article, Quest added a practical note: "For more information about Glades Academy, call Chloe Black." A telephone number followed.
What the magazine didn't say — and, doubtless, didn't know — was that Chloe Hardin Black is a long-time white nationalist and the wife of a notorious former Klan leader. Black's husband is Don Black, a former Alabama Klan chieftain who is famous among white supremacists for his creation of Stormfront, the largest white supremacist Web forum in the world. Prior to Black, Chloe Hardin was married to Black's former boss, neo-Nazi David Duke, who was the national leader of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s.