Sixteen Ku Klux Klan members marched for "white power," and a Klan leader criticized the movie "Mississippi Burning," about the slayings of three civil rights workers here in the 1960s.

About 100 spectators watched the march and recruitment rally with a few people heckling the marchers. About 20 law enforcement officers also kept watch.No incidents were reported.

Jordan Gollub, the Grand Dragon for Mississippi, said the march was held in Philadelphia because of the movie, which he said presented a "negative, hateful image of the Klan."