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  Urban Dictionary: KKK
KKK stands for Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, a group of white, Christian supremists.
KKK - Ku Klux Klan: Is an organization in the United States formed in 1865 that encourages white supremacy and anti-Semitism as well as resistance to gay rights.
KKK activity is associated other racist groups and movements, such as the organisation - Christian Identity, neo-Nazi groups, and racist subgroups of the skinheads.
www.urbandictionary.com /define.php?term=KKK   (819 words)

  
  What is the KKK?
Although there have always been different branches of the KKK, all of them have held a common goal: to maintain the supremacy of the white race over Black Americans.
The KKK was born on Christmas Eve, 1865, when six Confederate soldiers, just out of uniform, met in Pulaski, Tennessee, to form a secret fraternal order.
In the 1870s, the KKK was all but destroyed.
www.adl.org /hate-patrol/kkk.asp   (456 words)

  
 ADL Backgrounder - Church of the American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
While other KKK groups across the country are weakening and becoming less visible, the American Knights are flooding neighborhoods across the country with their propaganda and holding rallies in cities from the Midwest to the South.
Berry established the American Knights of the KKK in 1995, at a time when other KKK leaders were trying to improve their images by reinventing the Klan as a civic organization for white people.
In January of this year, an American Knights of the KKK flyer was circulated in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of Brooklyn.
www.adl.org /backgrounders/american_knights_kkk.asp   (755 words)

  
  KKK
KKK members responded that women were welcome in the Klan, but they were to hold distinct roles from the men in the community.
Along the lines of traditional gender roles, the KKK asserted that the woman's place was in the home as a nurturer, and as such, was responsible for the proper upbringing of her children in the ways of the Klan.
Of course, the KKK is denying any participation, directly or indirectly, in this tragic incident, and plans to hold a rally in Jasper on June 27 in an effort to improve its public image.
www.rtis.com /reg/bcs/pol/touchstone/summer98/kkk.html   (2094 words)

  
  Ku Klux Klan (Reconstruction) - Encyclopedia of Arkansas
Although much of the racial violence was random, it was also during this time that the KKK began its long history of using violence to achieve political ends.
Threatening KKK fliers appeared on the street corners of Little Rock (Pulaski County) in April 1868, and the Klan’s presence quickly spread across the state.
The KKK’s violence and intimidation reached their peak in the months leading to the November 1868 general election.
www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net /encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?entryID=2293   (681 words)

  
 The Graphic - KKK
Gray is right about the importance of these items because the KKK is a part of this country’s history, just as the holocaust is part of world history.
KKK buttons and patches from the past were worn by some attendees of the auction and those lacking them had a wide assortment of slogans to pick from.
According to the KKK’s Web site, the Klan is a “grass-roots movement to take back America.” America does not need to be taken back to times of lynching and men burning crosses while wearing pointy white hoods.
graphic.pepperdine.edu /perspectives/2005/2005-02-03-KKK.htm   (853 words)

  
 KKK - The Ku Klux Klan - KKK - The Ku Klux Klan - Historical, Educational, and Research Information provided by The ...
On February 1, 1998, the History Channel aired a two-hour documentary called "Ku Klux Klan: A Secret History." The Indiana Historical Research Foundation assisted in the making of that documentary and was prominently mentioned for its part in the credits shown at the end of that program.
Also, when the KKK disbanded in 1944, most membership records were discarded.
The museum and annex sections display exhibits of original KKK museum pieces, memorabilia, and also shows modern KKK items that are often sold as historic items.
www.kkklan.com   (1056 words)

  
 A Brief History of Ku Klux Klan and Their Flag of Hate by Jeffrey Todd McCormack
To this day, the various branches of the fragments KKK group still proudly display and fly the US flag as their symbol.
I was told via email to a KKK web contact that the group began flying the Confederate Flag during the civil rights movement, due to the fact that they felt they had been betrayed by the USA Government, and that some groups still fly the US flag upside down in protest.
This volume is a fascinating chronicle of the formation and growth of the infamous KKK following the War Between the States.
www.pointsouth.com /csanet/kkk.htm   (4529 words)

  
 KKK Not welcomed in New York
During the KKK rally, there were two main incidents that broke out.
The KKK member refused to go to the hospital to get his bloodied chin checked.
I consider the KKK to be a hate organization.
www.harlemlive.org /community/events/kkkrally/index.html   (770 words)

  
 WHEN WHITE HOODS WERE IN FLOWER
Like the original KKK, the groups functioned in the South, and they were responsible for bombings and the gunshot murders of at least five civil rights workers.
The KKK's rebirth in 1915 coincided with the success of The Birth of a Nation, which depicted the original Klan as a necessity to save Southern civilization from barbaric fls egged on by Radical Republican plunderers.
The KKK played to their anxiety by supporting Prohibition and the teaching of religion in the schools.
www.cusd.claremont.edu /~corchard/report/KKKhistory.html   (1512 words)

  
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The KKK’s purpose at the time was to provide the people of the south with the leadership to bring back the values of Western Civilization that was taken from them.
The KKK still exists today as a brotherhood and a new White racial community that lives and functions by the ideals it promotes.
He said the KKK had approached KWMU about two years ago, but "it was more of an inquiry." Station management told the group it would not broadcast the message and the KKK backed off, Samples said.
www.lycos.com /info/kkk.html   (478 words)

  
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The leader of the KKK in the 1920’s was a dentist called Hiram Wesley Evans whose name in the KKK was Imperial Wizard.
The white hooded KKK burnt churches of the fl population, murdered, raped, castrated etc and they were rarely caught as most senior law officers in the South were high ranking KKK men or sympathetic with their aims - which was a white protestant south.
Funny hoe these KKK morons think that Jesus was white, in spite of the fact that he was born in the middle east.
www.lycos.com /info/kkk--miscellaneous.html   (336 words)

  
 Klu Klux Klan
Another member, Captain John B. Kennedy, had an ear for alliteration and added the word "clam." After tinkering with the sound for a while, group settled on the "Ku Klux Klan." The selection of the name, chance though it was, had a great deal to do with the Klan's early success.
Whatever the actual date, it is clear that as an organized body across the South, the KKK had ceased to exist by the end of 1869.
While Klan officials talked of fraternal ideals in Atlanta, their members across the nation began to take seriously the fiery rhetoric the recruiters were using to drum up new initiation fees.
www.iupui.edu /~aao/kkk.html   (5879 words)

  
 Ku Klux Klan
KKK Grand Dragon, Three Others Charged in Two-Year-Old Slaying
Judge denies ex-Ku Klu Klansman's motion for new trial in 1963 Birmingham church bombing
Insults, fists greet KKK members at New York rally
www.rickross.com /groups/kkk.html   (283 words)

  
 KKK Notes
In several passages out of the Nighthawk, a KKK newsletter, individuals are mentioned as to being involved with or shown gratitude for their "position" in society.
The KKK saw their purpose as to preserve America, as it "ought" to be.
It is true that the KKK originated after the Civil War in an attempt to rain terror upon fls and to try and restore white supremacy in the South (The Klan Rides Again, 1).
www.assumption.edu /users/McClymer/his261/KlanNotes.html   (3665 words)

  
 KKK and immigration
The folks on the left tend to put the issue in terms of environmental and global sustainability contexts, so that their solution is 'population control' in order to preserve a 'sustainable' society (I can't remember which big NPR donor advocates this, shame on me, but I've heard it over and over again on NPR).
Every person in the U.S. illegally should always be on the verge of peeing their pants from the possibility of being caught, yet we have made it possible for them to march in the streets with pride.
if the kkk makes an issue out of agreeing with a position that position is soon going to be branded as a racist one, no matter if it has any merit or not.
fcnforums.christianity.com /m_2151163/tm.htm   (2458 words)

  
 kkk
The notion of the KKK as an essentially racist organization is similarly challenged by Jackson.
The KKK leadership ``disavowed and apparently disapproved of''(24) this aggressive economic activism, and it is important to note that more often than not there was tension or opposition between officials and members, a point I will return to later.
In fact, the KKK appealed not infrequently to militant workers, despite the persistent stereotype of the Klan's anti-labor bent.
www.insurgentdesire.org.uk /kkk.htm   (4363 words)

  
 Liber KKK
Liber KKK is presented as a series of general magical techniques which the magician must develop into a workable programme using whatever symbols, instruments and forms of gnosis that appeal to him.
The word "magician" applies equally to either sex and the use of the male personal pronouns in the text is merely a literary convention in the absence of neutral forms in English.
During the period of the performance of the Liber KKK operation the magician may need to defend himself against the results of his own mistakes and hostile psychic influences.
www.chaosmatrix.org /library/chaos/texts/liberkkk.html   (5114 words)

  
 kkk pictures and videos on Webshots
KKK or ona the outfits of the church
KKK partying together once again (kelsey, kelly, katie)
KKK costume made out of garbage bags how great is that...
www.webshots.com /search?query=kkk   (326 words)

  
 KKK in East Tennessee   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Sullivan County Commission passes an almost identical agenda in the spirit of the KKK on April 19, 2004 according to the Time-News.
As long as they are not breaking the law, even groups like the KKK are entitled to do their thing without harassment from law enforcement, and it's far better if they do it out in the open for all to witness.
So many Christians, not just the KKK, pick what they want from the Bible for their own agenda, then conveniently forget the most important teachings of Jesus, such as love your enemy and judge not, lest ye be judged.
www.sullivan-county.com /nf0/dispatch/index0.htm   (1498 words)

  
 Newsvine - kkk
Davidson County is not the first place that comes to mind when you think about Ku Klux Klan activity so when one local neighborhood found KKK newsletters at the end of their driveways they were very surprised.
The Stevens Report concluded last week that the death of Diana, Princess of Wales was an accident and that she was neither pregnant nor engaged to her lover Dodi Fayed, who also died in the crash.
Students Suspended For Wearing KKK Costumes To School Two students in Leesburg were suspended for wearing Ku Klux Klansman-like costumes to class amid apparent rising racial tensions at a high school....
www.newsvine.com /kkk   (925 words)

  
 The Real Flag Of The Ku Klux Klan - KKK
This site is meant to educate the reader that the KKK has used the United States Of America's "Stars and Stripes" flag MORE than compared to the Confederate Battle Flag.
Mainly, that the Confederate Battle Flag is a symbol that represents slavery, terror, crime and that it represents the the KKK.
As well, in the height of the KKK movement, the largest segment was from the north in the 1920's.
www.rulen.com /kkk   (334 words)

  
 CNN.com - Participant at KKK initiation wounded after shots fired into sky - Nov. 25, 2003
CNN.com - Participant at KKK initiation wounded after shots fired into sky - Nov. 25, 2003
Participant at KKK initiation wounded after shots fired into sky
A bullet fired in the air during a Ku Klux Klan initiation ceremony came down and struck a participant in the head, critically injuring him, authorities said.
www.cnn.com /2003/US/South/11/24/klan.initiation.ap/index.html   (230 words)

  
 THE KKK IN BUFFALO, NY -Ku Klux Klan Membership List
THE KKK IN BUFFALO, NY The Following is a very rare 1924 list of an alleged list of the full Ku Klux Klan Membership roster for
This is the KKK Membership list for Alden, NY -1924
Page Added (05.06.2003): This is the KKK Membership for bakers through contracters in Buffalo.
www.buffalonian.com /history/articles/1901-50/kkk/kkk.html   (121 words)

  
 KKK Page 2 - Heritage Community Foundation
Yet the history of the KKK in Alberta society and politics is fascinating, the stuff of satire or tragicomic theatre, and bears important, even urgent, warnings.
The first mention of the Klan appears in the Calgary Albertan of September 21, 1921-a warning that the KKK is organizing in the U.S. and will try to move west into Alberta.
Those were still early days for the KKK in Alberta, though not too early for its name and reputation to be used by anti-Catholic activists to frighten Catholic leaders and parishioners.
www.abheritage.ca /albertans/articles/kkk_2.html   (342 words)

  
 kkk - OneLook Dictionary Search
KKK : Compact Oxford English Dictionary [home, info]
KKK : The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]
Words similar to kkk: klan, ku klux klan, more...
www.onelook.com /?w=kkk&ls=a   (188 words)

  
 KKK   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The KKK has a reputation known by many Americans as a very detestable and revolting organization.
The KKK is a large group, but compared to the whole United States there are more anti KKK than there are pro KKK.
The thing you must remember is that the KKK is made of individuals and if you can change one persons life you can change someone else.
www.georgetown.u47.k12.me.us /grade6.01/jjal/KKK.html   (321 words)

  
 The National Rifleman Association's KOOKY KIDZ KORNER! - chickenhead.com
NRA KKK: Well whatever the truth is, you're a very lucky boy either way.
I saw this one in this tree, and so I shot at it, and the bullet went right through the middle and out the back and got this other one in the head, because he was like right behind that one - like kind of on its back.
NRA KKK: You know - they were probably trying to make little squirrels.
www.nra-kkk.org /boyspotlight.html   (555 words)

  
 Ku Klux Klan
The Keystone Knights of the Ku Klux Klan: A breakaway faction from the now-defunct Invisible Empire Knights of the KKK, the Keystone Knights was founded by Barry Black in 1992 and is based in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (Arkansas Faction): The Harrison, Arkansas-based Knights of the KKK, led by Thom Robb, is the largest and most active Klan faction operating in the nation today.
Nonetheless, a rash of schisms and defections in 1994 has contributed to a dramatic decline in the Knights' numbers; from a total of approximately 1,000 members three years ago, the Knights today can claim a hard-core membership of at most 500, spread across seven states.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/anti-semitism/KKK.html   (457 words)

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