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Is the Ku Klux Klan still an active threat?
Ku Klux Klan formed in the mid 1800’s as a social group E.P led to rebellion amongst white supremacist Countless executions, mutilations, torturings, and floggings of African Americans by the KKK.
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What does the Ku Klux Klan aim for?
Prevention of Minority Superiority and social reform Attempting to keep white superiority afloat keep jobs open for whites suppress blacks
Tactics to stay afloat
“The Klan is largely a shadow of what it once was” Tactic of fear to suppress blacks The current organization’s presence is less felt or recognized today in society because of their more subtle ways of instilling fear. Use of the word “Nigger” to keep blacks suppressed and inferior along with violence.
The KKK appears in public
The KKK protests the removal of the confederate battle flag confederate battle flag: racial hatred slavery oppression African-American activists support removal of C.B.F
Stop the KKK
Increase the prison sentence of minor crimes done by the KKK threats= 60 days in prison with 120 days of community service to be served in numerous amounts of black owned businesses/churches Immerse them in black culture in an attempt to decrease hate and increase knowledge, respect, and understanding.
Conflict and Functional Theory
-Disagreement between two groups. kkk fight for white supremacy meanwhile blacks want equality -conflict leads to fight for change -Fight for change leads to new laws and regulations FUNCTIONALISM -When new rules are established they improve society; society functions better.