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The latest book by Indiana historian James Madison details a segment of Indiana's past that many would prefer left unsaid, forgotten. "The Ku Klux Klan in the Heartland" explains how that notorious hate group gained almost mainstream status in multiple aspects of Indiana society during the 1920s.
Workers in Indianapolis on Monday started dismantling a monument that is dedicated to Confederate soldiers who died at a Union prison camp in the city.
Does it embarrass you to know that the Ku Klux Klan was once such a dominant force in Indiana? Want to ignore that whole sorry episode from our past and never mention it again?
Officials in Quinlan, Texas, said the woman was attending a Sept. 8 football game at Hobart Lytal Memorial stadium when several members of the crowd made school administration aware of her t-shirt. Officials called the t-shirt "offensive, portraying violence, and threatening."
On Monday, two Republican congressman from Indiana, Luke Messer and Dr. Larry Bucshon, condemned the hatred, racism and violence displayed in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend and they specifically criticized white supremacist and other fringe groups.