Post Tagged with: "Ku Klux Klan"
“You are there … You are a member of the KKK. Why do you think your treatment of African Americans is justified?” the assignment asks.
“I was just mostly shocked and I wanted to ask them why they did it,” said Kylan Smallwood, the team’s quarterback and only Black varsity player.
An art collective created the display in “protest of white nationalist uprising in the United States.”
“We are alarmed by the racist demonstrations, with overtly racist slogans, chants and salutes by white nationalists, neo-Nazis, and the Ku Klux Klan, promoting white supremacy and inciting racial discrimination and hatred,” said Anastasia Crickley, who chairs the U.N. panel.
A photo of a Klan supporter at a rally wearing a hairstyle culturally associated with Black people goes viral.
Hundreds of counter-protesters waved signs denouncing racism.
As racially divisive rhetoric and hate groups become more mainstream, “the platform for the alt-right” is trying to fit in, too — but advertisers are already running away.
The klansman and self-proclaimed white supremacist planned to use a "death ray" to kill Muslims and the president.
America was great because it "was founded as a White Christian Republic," according to an article published in The Crusader, a Ku Klux Klan newspaper.
The GOP vice presidential nominee says he doesn’t want to be uncivil.
"I'm sure it was friendly," Trump said of Ailes' alleged sexual assault of over 20 women. He also did not immediately rule out voting for former KKK grand wizard David Duke for Senate.
Despite Donald Trump’s hateful rhetoric since launching his campaign, it was only after his tepid disavowing of white supremacy that the right had to draw the line — if only publicly.
Initially refused to denounce KKK and disavow David Duke claiming not to know about either. Under pressure he later distanced himself in a tweet.
State Rep. Tommy Benton compared people who want to get rid of Confederate symbols to members of ISIS and said the Civil War "was not fought over slavery."
Mayor Theresa Sharp’s husband and friends, "four good ol' boys," spend Halloween in Lahoma dressed as Klansmen.
Group warns protestors in a flier that its members will be on hand to “defend ourselves” against “threats of violence.” See the flier here.
The officers were identified as members of the white-supremacy group by its Grand Dragon in Florida—who has a curious connection to the officers.
A former KKK grand dragon allegedly killed a local doctor, his 14-year-old grandson, and a woman at a pair of Jewish facilities – and at least two of his victims were Christian.