The inequality seen in American history has impacted all American citizens in different ways. Through the years, the people living in America have seen the different measures variety of racist groups do to make certain people stay at the bottom of the hierarchy in American society. One group that targets African Americans is the Ku Klux Klan. They are better known as the KKK, who wear hooded white outfit covering their faces shielding their identities. They committed hate crimes that led to the injuries and deaths of countless people. Due to the actions the Ku Klux Klan have committed, they are judged by American people with numerous perspectives explaining how these groups have impacted their life in America.
African Americans have always been judged by the color of their skin, now the African Americans are judging the physical appearance of several white people. In a protesting crowd against the racist actions the African Americans received “a woman with a megaphone shouted, ‘there’s a Klansman in the crowd.’ Thomas, who was still in high school, turned and saw Albert McKee Jr., clad in a confederate shirt with a confederate shirt with a Nazi tattoo on his arm.” (Ryan). This indicates that a man was pointed out negatively because it was thought he was a Klansman, due to him wearing a confederate shirt and having a Nazi tattoo. The racist society of white people, have made the majority of the people to be in fear. People are acting violent against the whites not because they are of the white race and they believe all white citizens are involved with the Ku Klux Klan. They are acting violent against the white that show a physical appearance of being involved with the Ku Klux Klan. In a way, they are discriminating them for who t...
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...rican Americans, these people are in danger due to this group. People are put in awkward situation with younger generations not knowing how to explain. The Ku Klux Klan has impacted people all over the United States in multiple ways.
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