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Sioux Falls Atheists endorse Klansville U.S.A. for an objective description of the
once biggest homegrown terrorist group in America which, because of its
political power, was allowed to terrorize Americans with virtual impunity.

Klansville U.S.A.
An American Experience

Klansville U.S.A. (2015) - 60 minutes
Klansville U.S.A. at Amazon.com

You are in the Heart of Klan Country. Welcome to North Carolina. Join the United Klans of America, Inc. Help Fight Integration & Communism!

You are in the Heart of Klan Country. Welcome to North Carolina.
Join the United Klans of America, Inc. Help Fight Integration & Communism!

In the 1960s, as the civil rights movement grew across America, the long-dormant Ku Klux Klan gained momentum as well, having reemerged after the 1954 Supreme Court Brown v. Board of Education decision. (Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954, was a landmark United States Supreme Court case in which the Court declared state laws establishing separate public schools for black and white students to be unconstitutional. The decision overturned the Plessy v. Ferguson decision of 1896, which allowed state-sponsored segregation, insofar as it applied to public education.) That the Klan would rise once again wasn't surprising, but where the reincarnation took place was. North Carolina, long considered the most progressive southern state, saw a boom in Klan membership under the leadership of Bob Jones, the most successful Grand Dragon in the country.

Tapping into the fears and resentments of low-income whites who believed that a changing America would leave them behind, Jones took his message across the state. In just three years, he grew the North Carolina Klan from a handful of friends to some 10,000 members - more than the Klans of all other southern states combined. In the process, Jones helped give the Tarheel State a new nickname: "Klansville, U.S.A."

7-22-16 David Duke, former Ku Klux Klan leader, to run for Congress
David Duke, former Ku Klux Klan leader, to run for Congress
David Duke - a former leader of the Ku Klux Klan - has launched a campaign for an open seat in the US Senate. Duke is one of more than 20 candidates seeking the seat vacated by Republican Senator David Vitter of Louisiana. The white nationalist has been an outspoken supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. The Republican previously served as a Louisiana state lawmaker from 1989 to 1992 and unsuccessfully ran for governor. (Webmaster's comment: The KKK would be happy to bring back black lynchings and black slavery.)

2-28-16 California Ku Klux Klan rally ends with stabbings and arrests
California Ku Klux Klan rally ends with stabbings and arrests
DAt least three people have been stabbed in a brawl between Ku Klux Klan (KKK) members and counter-protesters in Anaheim, California, US police said. Thirteen people, both KKK members and rival demonstrators, were arrested. The violence broke out when several Klan members arrived at a local park for a rally and were attacked by counter-protesters, according to police. One of the stabbing victims is said to be in a serious condition. A Klansman who allegedly stabbed one of the demonstrators with a flag pole is among those detained. The flag pole, topped by an American eagle ornament, is believed to have been used to wound three demonstrators. (Webmaster's comment: The KKK is still around, it's still a white Christian terrorist organization, and it's still very dangerous.)

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Klansville U.S.A.
An American Experience

Sioux Falls Atheists endorse Klansville U.S.A. for an objective description of the
once biggest homegrown terrorist group in America which, because of its
political power, was allowed to terrorize Americans with virtual impunity.