What The Ebbs And Flows Of The KKK Can Tell Us About White Supremacy Today

Members of the Ku Klux Klan ceremonially initiate a new recruit at a meeting in 1922.

With the spate of racist mass violence in recent years, it’s helpful to consider past waves of white supremacist activity in the United States and what, exactly, caused those ebbs and flows.

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