What white supremacist groups look like, 50 years after Martin Luther King's assassination

What white supremacist groups look like, 50 years after Martin Luther King's assassinationThe assassination of Martin Luther King Jr marked the end of an era, but not the end of a fight: Even 50 years after his death, the white supremacist beliefs he strove to dismantle are still alive and well in America, though espoused by a few new faces. While racism can exist everywhere, from the classroom to the White House, many people still associate American white supremacy with the Ku Klux Klan – white hoods, burning crosses, and all. Today, however, the power and size of the Klan is declining.



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