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National Knights Of The Ku-Klux-Klan

National Knights Of The Ku-Klux-Klan

National Knights Of The Ku-Klux-Klan


-Relax, Jimmy! These aren't the Klan members that your granddad remembers! While you may remember the KKK as an unaccepting, hateful folk, the Klan has changed its ways to adapt to the 21st century. It all started in 1997 when committee members unanimously voted to oust their leader and also ban the usage of the infamous “N-word” at their ceremonies. Under the leadership of their new director, Solomon Schönfinkel, the KKK has shifted its values to promoting peace and love among urban youths, through a variety of programs. Read more on Last.fm
-Relax, Jimmy! These aren't the Klan members that your granddad remembers! While you may remember the KKK as an unaccepting, hateful folk, the Klan has changed its ways to adapt to the 21st century. It all started in 1997 when committee members unanimously voted to oust their leader and also ban the usage of the infamous “N-word” at their ceremonies. Under the leadership of their new director, Solomon Schönfinkel, the KKK has shifted its values to promoting peace and love among urban youths, through a variety of programs. At their annual, "All Colors Deserve Love" summer camp held in Detroit, Klan members, dressed in their now tie-dyed robes and hoods, give underprivileged inner-city youth a creative outlet through music, song, and dance.

They also have established a magnet high school specializing in culinary arts that draws children from the City of Camden School District, teaching them the same ideals but through the fine, secular art of vegan cooking. - -The music of the National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan has been described by fans and music critics alike as “uplifting”, “upbeat”, and “positive”. While they may experiment with many different instruments and collaborate with youth from all different backgrounds, the message is always the same: all children should be given equal opportunity, regardless of race, economic background, or religion. - -The chorus of their greatest hit, “Who We Are”, has been described by members of the group as being their mantra.

It goes, “We are the knights of the KKK/Loving everybody equally each and every day/it doesn’t matter if you’re black, Jewish or gay/The KKK will give you all a warm place to stay”. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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