Sharing unsuspecting people’s private information online isn’t justice-it’s Internet terrorism.
The world’s most famous hacktivist group has expressed its interest in recognizing the “real people underneath the hoods” while holding the KKK accountable for spreading hate.
Anonymous began its release today with a partial list revealing accused politicians’ names, address, emails, phone numbers and spouses.
The husband of the mayor of a small Oklahoma town has apologized for posing as a Ku Klux Klan member for Halloween.
The group tweeted their warning on Tuesday, promising to out at least 1,000 members.
Residents from Lyndhurst, New Jersey were appalled to find recruitment letters from the Ku Klux Klan sprawled throughout their small town last weekend, the New York Daily News reports.
Fifteen people have been indicted on gang charges after passing the home of an African-American family in suburban Atlanta, Georgia this summer in a caravan of cars that prominently displayed Confederate flags.
Residents of a predominantly Black suburb in Detroit are up in arms after discovering racist political flyers sprinkled on their lawns
Black Author/Musician Befriends & Converts KKK Members Author/musician Daryl Davis, a Black man, shares how he converts active KKK members in this exclusive interview with…