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Ku Klux Klansmen in South Carolina are using sweets and anti-immigration propaganda to bring in new recruits. But in an era of open-carry protests and border militias, the country's most notorious costumed racists are struggling to keep up.
In honor of our nation's birthday, I'm focusing instead on racism in other countries—the racist Australian caught on tape using slurs against a Chinese woman, a KKK flag in Belfast, and of course, Rob Ford. USA! USA! USA!
The "imperial wizard" of the KKK publicly condemned Klan member Frazier Glenn Cross, who went on a shooting spree that killed three people outside of Jewish sites in suburban Kansas. Has the Klan changed its ways, or is it just becoming more insidious?
Residents of Harrison, in Boone County, Arkansas, want to move beyond the town's racist history. The trouble is, the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan have settled in the area and made it their national headquarters.
'Triple Hate' is a four-part documentary about Nathan Bedford Forrest, the Memphis City Council, the Klan, the Crips, Ulysses S. Grant, racism, and the specter of history. It will be airing every day this week, only on VICE.com.
'Triple Hate' is a documentary about Nathan Bedford Forrest, the Memphis City Council, the Klan, the Crips, Ulysses S. Grant, racism, and the specter of history. Part one premieres Tuesday, May 21, on VICE.com.
Logging into Twitter last week to find a direct message from the leader of the Ku Klux Klan was a new one for me. The message was from the Grand Imperial Wizard of the United Klans of America, who said I should speak to him, the leader of the "true Klan."…