From Klansmen in Kentucky to Nazis in Pennsylvania, Anthony Karen has documented the white power movement across the U.S.
In a wide-ranging interview with conservative radio host Mark Levin, the president expands on his controversial “very fine people on both sides” comment.
History has all but forgotten Hiram C. Whitley, who ran the Secret Service for U.S. Grant, but he infiltrated the Klan and inaugurated the nation’s first anti-terror efforts.
He asked to be forgiven for appearing in a 1984 picture of men wearing blackface and KKK robes. It may not be enough.
The legendary filmmaker’s latest received six Oscar nominations—including Lee’s first for Best Director. But it’s a film that’s rubbed many black viewers the wrong way.
Nazi membership is outlawed, but not its racist American cousin.
These films are racking up awards nods and landing on critics’ year-end lists. Who knows why.