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November 17, 2016
The white nationalist
and former KKK grand wizard David Duke
at the “Unite the Right” rally.
Mark Peterson/Redux Pictures
the Rise of White Nationalism
was awarded the W. Eugene Smith Grant
for his work
chronicling the rise of white nationalism
in the United States.
Oct. 17, 2018
A neo-Nazi saluted
at a meeting intended to show collaboration
— a swastika and a cross were burned —
of the National Socialist Movement and the Ku Klux Klan
in Temple, Ga., last Saturday.
Erik S. Lesser/European Pressphoto Agency
The Week in Pictures: April 29
Apr. 29, 2016
TITLE: [Ku Klux Klan members supporting Barry Goldwater's
campaign for the presidential nomination
at the Republican National Convention,
San Francisco, California,
as an African American man pushes signs back]
REPRODUCTION NUMBER: LC-U9-12250M-13A (b&w film neg.)
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03195 (digital file from original)
MEDIUM: 1 negative : film.
CREATED/PUBLISHED: 1964 Jul. 12.
CREATOR: Leffler, Warren K., photographer.
NOTES: Title devised by Library staff.
U.S. News & World Report Magazine Photograph Collection.
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
(digital file from original) ppmsca 03195
TIFF > JPEG by Anglonautes
Notes: Text of poster includes:
"The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan of Milwaukee,
invite you, your family and friends to attend
their first annual Spring Festival
to be held at Pleasant Valley Park,
Milwaukee County, Formerly Shooting Park . .
Meet us at the Sign of the Fiery Cross.
Music--plenty of it the entire day.
Lectures--by excellent speakers.
Dancing--in the big pavilion.
Grounds--25 cents per person.
Children free. Parking space for automobiles. . .
The Little Red School
House--Stand by It!"
The image is approximately 1/2 size original.
Drop shadow border
added; colors reduced to sixteen grays.
Copyright 1997 State Historical Society of
SHSW Location: Classified 678 SHSW
Klansmen marched through downtown Denver.
Denver Public Library, Western History Collection
Spike Lee talks to Gary Younge
about BlacKkKlansman and racism under Trump 23 August 2018
Spike Lee talks to Gary Younge
about BlacKkKlansman and racism under Trump
G 23 August 2018
Spike Lee’s latest film
is about a black cop who
infiltrated the Klu Klux Klan in the 1970s.
Based on a true story,
BlacKkKlansman draws clear
with racial tensions in modern
With Donald Trump in the White
the rise of white supremacy,
and a spike in racist attacks,
what does a film
about a black man going
undercover with white terrorists
tell us about the state of
contemporary America and beyond?
Spike Lee Official Trailer
BLACKkKLANSMAN - Official
Trailer [HD] - In Theaters August 10
A Spike Lee joint.
From producer Jordan Peele.
Based on some fo’ real, fo’ real
From visionary filmmaker Spike
comes the incredible true story
of an American hero.
It’s the early 1970s,
and Ron Stallworth (John David
is the first African-American
to serve in the Colorado Springs
Determined to make a name for
Stallworth bravely sets out on a
infiltrate and expose the Ku
The young detective soon
a more seasoned colleague, Flip
Zimmerman (Adam Driver),
into the undercover
investigation of a lifetime.
Together, they team up to take
down the extremist hate group
as the organization aims to
sanitize its violent rhetoric
to appeal to the mainstream.
Produced by the team
behind the Academy-Award®
winning Get Out.
Ku Klux Klan KKK
UK / USA
watch?time_continue=274&v=ecJSZsSdkT4 - G - 23 August 2018
story.php?storyId=95672737 - Oct. 13, 2008
Ku Klux Klansman
Ku Klux Klan hood
and social crusader
the Ku Klux Klan
in the 1940s
and wrote a lurid exposé
of its activities,
“I Rode With the Ku Klux Klan”
raise / hold torches
The Guardian p. 16
8 January 2005
On This Day - March 22, 1965
From The Times archive
When the civil rights march
which started on this day
reached Montgomery two days later,
Dr King addressed a crowd of 25,000
DR MARTIN LUTHER KING today set off from Selma, Alabama, at
the head of 4,000 civil rights demonstrators, on the Freedom March to the state
capital at Montgomery. Before the march started Dr King led the demonstrators in
Montgomery is hardly the promised land, but today the barriers of the last
fortnight were removed and the marchers made their final preparations under the
reassuring if not wholly benevolent, gaze of several hundred steel-helmeted
Those who made the attempted march two weeks ago and were repulsed with tear
gas, truncheons and clubs, required no reminder of the necessity for this
protection but, lest the nation forget, the discovery of at least four crude
bombs at Negro buildings 100 miles away at Birmingham, served the purpose. In
Montgomery a procession of 80 cars, led by Mr Robert Shelton, the Imperial
Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, wound its way through the streets this afternoon in
protest against the civil rights march.
In these dramatic circumstances the march was late in starting. An hour after he
should have stepped off at the head of several thousand marchers, Dr King
arrived at the Brown African Methodist Episcopalian chapel to deliver an
address. His audience had been there for some time listening to other words of
encouragement including some from Mr James Foreman of the student non- violent
coordinating committee, who promised that the police state of Alabama would be
done away with. “Hitler had his Storm Troopers: Wallace has his State Troopers,”
The march was described as the greatest demonstration for human dignity since
the emancipation proclamation.
On This Day
- March 22, 1965, Times, 22.3.2005.
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