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The ban sets a precedent for the blatant exclusion of transgender people from public life. Read more



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For those who would say retiring Wahoo is a positive step in the right direction, I cry foul ball. Read more

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    Roberts, Bruce Center for American History

    Members of the Ku Klux Klan strike a defiant pose in 1964. Whether photojournalists were covering current local events like Hickman and Littlejohn, or embedded in the national struggle like Moore and Martin, their pictures were the public’s window into the movement and what it was up against.

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    Roberts, Bruce Center for American History

    Ku Klux Klan

    Ku Klux Klan Grand Dragon Jones with unidentified Klansman