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A brief history of the women’s KKK

17 mins | Oct 23, 2020
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In American society, white women are often understood as victims. But they can also be perpetrators. The Women’s KKK, an affiliated-but-separate racist organization for white Protestant women, courted members through an insincere "empowerment feminism.” Emily Cataneo, from JSTOR Daily, takes a closer look.
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