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Unformatted text preview: systems. For C.P. Ellis to become a member of the Ku Klux Klan people had to come and talk to him, he had to go through rituals, and it was all time consuming just to feel like he belonged to something. However, with the advent of racist internet forums someone merely has to stumble upon the website and sign up, all of which takes under ten minutes and the person feels like they belong. In the article C.P. Ellis states that he contacted some students and they came down to a Klan meeting. Well, in this internet age C.P. Ellis never would have to do that. He could start a website instead and get ten times as many kids to subscribe to his teachings. However, Keeping true to the story of C.P. Ellis overcoming racism, there are websites such as RC.org that try and end racism. RC stands for re-evaluation counseling, and their website has posts from people just like C.P. Ellis who have successfully overcome racism and prejudice....
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- Spring '10