The Real 'Black Klansman' Returns To Chicago, Talks About Time With KKKHis story is told in the movie "BlacKKKlansman" where in 1978 he responds to a newspaper personal ad looking for KKK members and receives a call of interest.
'BlacKkKlansman': Ron Stallworth, The Black Cop Who Duped The KKK, Still Carries Klan CardStallworth went on to forge a relationship by phone with the KKK chapter and even attended events where he could hide his race under a white hood.
Spike Lee On 'BlacKkKlansman': Don't Call It A ComebackSpike Lee heard the whispers. Just a few years ago, some were suggesting that Lee was no longer the essential filmmaker he had once been.
Families Of Barrington High Girls In 'KKK' Photo Withdraw LawsuitThe picture captioned "KKK" was taken at a "white out" party in July, not at the school.
Police Investigating Racist Graffiti On Beverly GarageThe “derogatory remarks and symbols” were reported about 9:45 p.m. on a house’s garage in the 10300 block of South Claremont, according to Chicago Police.
KKK Fliers Resurface In Southwest Suburbs -- This Time, With Candy CanesA resident on Monday found a zip-lock bag containing a candy cane and a flyer from the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. The advertisements were found in at least four other driveways nearby.
Protest Called Off After Apology From CardinalThough they found Francis Cardinal George’s apology for linking gay rights activists to the KKK “woefully inadequate,” a group that had planned to protest outside Holy Name Cathedral Sunday has canceled the protest.
Cardinal George Apologizes For Comparing Pride Parade With KKK In a statement posted Friday on the Archdiocese Website, George said he was 'deeply sorry for the hurt that my remarks have brought to the hearts of gays and lesbians and their families.'