Ku Klux Klan
From Paris to Raleigh to New York, the global reckoning with white supremacy is bringing a lot more statues down.
Nichole Williams posted a photo of herself on Facebook with a patch that reads "Ride with Forrest," a reference to an early leader of the KKK.
"I signed the [proclamation] because the law requires that I do that and I haven’t looked at changing that law," said Gov. Bill Lee
He's even suggesting lynching the “socialist-communists.”
Kirk Cox is in a highly unusual position where it’s possible he could ascend to the governor’s office if other officials resign, as they're being pressured to do
He's resisting mounting pressure to step down
I’m a huge Spike Lee fan and this movie was such a disappointment to me.
The caller apparently told the actor his portrayal would somehow ruin race relations in America.
A decade ago, many of the alt-right opinions voiced across mainstream media would have been unthinkable. So how did we get here?
The film references 70s blaxploitation to tell the true story of a black cop who infiltrated the KKK.
The former Klan leader called up Ron Stallworth, the cop who the film is based on, because he was "concerned about how he is going to be portrayed."