A Republican lawmaker from Georgia, who was criticized last week for saying the Ku Klux Klan was not racist, has now withdrawn his name from several bills he sponsored to honor the Confederacy.
State Rep. Tommy Benton has come out in favor of two bills that will formally uphold holidays celebrating Confederate members.
A group of military students at the Citadel who dressed up as Ku Klux Klan members in a viral photo in December were punished for the act this week.
Police in Redmond, Washington are looking for a man who brought fear and panic to the owner of a Black thrift store last week after he dropped off a bag of clothes containing a Ku Klux Klan robe.
Two well-known White supremacists have joined the growing number of figures in support of Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump.
After images surfaced online of eight students at The Citadel wearing what appears to be KKK hoods, officials at the renowned public military college in Charleston, South Carolina suspended the students and launched a probe, according to CNN and The New York Times. Citadel students wear pillowcases, claim they were performing as “Ghosts of Christmas Past": […]
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.