Klansville ASE - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Klansville ASE From the perspective of white and racist North Carolinians in 1961 AfricanAmericans Jews and Communists

Klansville ASE - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Klansville ASE From the...

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Klansville ASE 1. From the perspective of white and racist North Carolinians in 1961, African- Americans, Jews and Communists were all connected through KKK publications. The Fiery Cross combined those minorities into a single article defining their victims and later in their popular song by Skeeter Bob and His Country Pals. Skeeter Bob and His Country Pals and racist, white North Carolinians in 1961 = SK&HCP and R NC 61 2. The lyrics in yellow message that SK&HCP racists Southerners wanted African- Americans to get out of their white supremacist way and just move North. 3. The lyrics in green convey that explain that SK&HCP and Southerners in 1961 defended their claim to move minorities as they “invaded” the whites. 4. The lyrics in blue are an example of the stereotypes that plagued the victims of racists in 1961. 5. The lyrics highlighted in purple try to put “they” in their places, “they” is directed to people pro-desegregation and expresses SK&HCP and R NC 61’s disapproval.

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