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Kingdom Identity Ministries

Kingdom Identity Ministries (KIM) is a Christian Identity outreach ministry based in Harrison, Arkansas, advocating racism, anti-Semitism and the execution of homosexuals.[1][2] Its website states that it "is an outreach ministry to God's chosen race (true Israel, the White, European peoples)".[3] It functions primarily as a distributor of Identity-oriented books, tracts and audiotapes. Its catalog includes works by Wesley Swift, William Cameron, Bertrand Comparet, Howard Rand and Dewey "Buddy" Tucker. KIM also offers correspondence courses through its "American Institute of Theology" and it produces a radio program, "Herald of Truth", which is broadcast on shortwave, satellite and Internet radio.


  1. ^ Hilliard, Robert L.; Michael C. Keith Waves of Rancor M. E. Sharpe 1999 ISBN 978-0-7656-0131-5 p.158 "kingdom+identity+ministries"
  2. ^ Ham, Ken; A. Charles Ware, Todd A. Hillard Darwin's Plantation New Leaf Publishing Group 2007 ISBN 978-0-89051-497-9 p.53 "kingdom+identity+ministries"
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