KKK: Beneath the Hood
Science and Technology • 43m
For 150 years the Ku Klux Klan has existed in the shadows, terrifying outsiders with its reputation for violence and racism. For the first time, key leaders of today's largest surviving KKK organizations reveal their true identities and grant access into their homes, charity events, secret meetings, sacred rituals, including a cross-lighting ceremony. These events and interviews open a door on previously secretive organisations that only reluctantly open up to cameras. It's an eye-opening journey beyond the robe and beneath the hood of today's KKK.
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