Ku Klux Klan

CBS 'FBI True' Probes 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing

The vicious act of racial violence took the lives of Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, and Carol Denise McNair who were attending Sunday School almost 61 years ago.

Police Investigating Racist Death Threats Against Suburban Atlanta Mayor

Mayor Khalid Kamau has received threats using the phrase, ‘KKK style.’

Sister Of Girl Killed In 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing Still Waiting For Compensation From State

Sarah Collins Rudolph was 12 when a KKK terrorist attacked killed four Black girls.

Two Texas Teens Charged For Allegedly Dressing In KKK Outfits And Tasing Black Classmate

The Halloween weekend assault terrorized his client, the victim’s lawyer says.

Black Texas Teen Allegedly Shocked With Stun Gun By Suspected High School Students Dressed In KKK Robes On Halloween

It was an act intended to terrorize, not a typical Halloween prank, the attorney says.

San Francisco High School Student Wears KKK Costume On Campus

The district is calling the incident “disturbing and unacceptable.”

Georgia Police Charge Black Woman Who Allegedly Impersonated Klansman With Making Terroristic Threats

Threatening notes were placed in neighbors’ mailboxes.
FILE - On June 29, 1964, the FBI began distributing these pictures of civil rights workers, from left, Michael Schwerner, 24, of New York, James Cheney, 21, from Mississippi, and Andrew Goodman, 20, of New York, who disappeared near Philadelphia, Miss., June 21, 1964. Never before seen case files, photographs and other records documenting the investigation into the infamous slayings of the three civil rights workers in Mississippi are now open to the public announced on Monday, June 21, 2021, for the first time, 57 years after their deaths. The 1964 killings of civil rights activists Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner in Neshoba County sparked national outrage and helped spur passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. (AP Photo/FBI, File)

Case Files And Photos From 1964 ‘Mississippi Burning’ Murders Made Public For First Time

The files cover the 1964 killings of civil rights activists.
WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 06: Protesters gather storm the Capitol and halt a joint session of the 117th Congress on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times)

NAACP Files Lawsuit Against Donald Trump Over Deadly U.S. Capitol Riot

The group says he violated an 1871 law targeted at the KKK.