Wisconsin Saw Its First Ku Klux Klan Activity In 1920s – Wisconsin Public Radio News


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Wisconsin Saw Its First Ku Klux Klan Activity In 1920s
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Recent white nationalist events in Charlottesville, Virginia, and elsewhere have led many states, cities and institutions to reevaluate their own history, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison, which was once home to Ku Klux Klan student groups.
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