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When I was in middle school and first learning about the KKK, I remember being terrified by the images. The white robes and pointed hoods were horrifying to me, as I associated them with extreme violence. It is interesting that the speaker thinks about them so fondly.

Not published in LIFE. A Ku Klux Klan member demonstrates ritualistic aspects of a KKK meeting, Georgia, May 1946 Bigotry in the USA Photos From a Klan Initiation in 1946

Ku Klux Klan Rally - El Dorado, Arkansas, 1920s

KKK MEETINGS (Ku Klux Klan meeting at night in Union County, Arkansas, became extreme militant wing of the temperance movement and often functioned as vigilantes)

8.) After Griffins news letter was published he started to receive hate mail threats of hate groups. This picture resembles the kkk burning crosses like when the hate groups burned down a cross at a black school to represent hatred of blacks being educated.

After Griffins news letter was published he started to receive hate mail threats of hate groups. This picture resembles the kkk burning crosses like when the hate groups burned down a cross at a black school to represent hatred of blacks being educated.

Catalogue of Offical Robes and Banners by the Ku Klux Klan - Retronaut

Illustration from a Ku Klux Klan mail-order regalia catalog from the

The Ku Klux Klan and I clashed a couple times during the late ’70s while reporting the arrest and trial of Tommy Lee Hines, accused of abducting and raping a white woman in Decatur, Alabama. Ever been to a KKK cross burning? Join me as I narrowly avert getting my skull bashed in with a two-by-four.

Do Racism, Conservatism, and Low I. Go Hand in Hand? Lower cognitive abilities predict greater prejudice through right-wing ideology.

20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945 German politician  Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and Führer ("leader") of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945.

This is a truly unique Hitler expression. He’s head honcho and he knows it. (via putschgirl)