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Oct. 18th in Gennett History, 1923: Criterion Quartet Recorded "Mystic City"

Oct. 18th in Gennett History, 1923: The Criterion Quartet recorded “Mystic City” in NYC. The artist name was changed to the 100% Americans and it appeared on KKK 75001. 32 more words

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Penn. teen claims no racial motivation for dressing in KKK hood, shouting racial slurs

By: Travis Gettys

A Pennsylvania teenager insists he was only joking around when he dressed up in a Ku Klux Klan uniform and shouted a racial slur at a black woman. 126 more words

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Teen: KKK Oufit, Slur 'Sounded Like Good Idea'

BLOOMSBURG, Pa. (AP) – A teenager who dressed like a member of the Ku Klux Klan and shouted a racist slur at a black woman in a central Pennsylvania town says it “sounded like a good idea at the time.” 156 more words

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North County Lawmakers Concerned KKK May Counter-Demonstrate

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – The wildcard this weekend may be reports the Ku Klux Klan plans to counter-demonstrate.

“We share concerns about that, definitely. About the Ku Klux Klan, as well, being here,” says Rep. 177 more words

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Real and Imagined Origins of Reconstruction Era Domestic Terrorism: The Birth of a Nation, Django Unchanged and the Birth of the Ku Klux Klan

Warning: Strong language, profanity and offensive imagery

Americans love origin tales. As of late the most popular have been about super heroes, like Batman or the X-Men, or our most beloved villains. 1,500 more words

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Obligatory angry blog post

I have spent the morning foolishly reading YouTube comments. The majority of them were head-spinningly stupid, fuelled by pointless hatred, or a combination of both. I suppose in a way, I should be thankful – I often gripe about living in a liberal bubble and being somewhat detached from reality – and YouTube comments are an efficient way for me to see the level of stupidity that exists in the Western world. 398 more words

Former Klansman faces 20 years in prison for burning cross in interracial TN family’s yard

By: Scott Kaufman

former member of the Ku Klux Klan affiliate the Church of the National Knights faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty of charges related to burning a cross in the yard of a black man in 2012, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 218 more words

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