Summary:The fiery cross of the Ku Klux Klan, America's infamous anti-black sect, burned again during the great civil rights campaign of the early 1960's. While blacks were winning their fight for equality and equal opportunity, Klan fanatics of the deep South held their own protests. NOTE: Date is approximate. This clip may contain footage from multiple events; exact date or dates may be unknown.
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