Why i quit the klan

Her and I began to reluctantly work together. Lost and Found New York: Call us at night on the telephone: They have been shut out as well as Blacks. I remember one Monday night Klan meeting. Our troubles are over with. Our troubles are over with. He very reluctantly accepted.

There are two things management wants to keep: I had been in his home and visited with him. How about some of you people showin up and have a little balance?

The same thing is happening in this country today. Her and I began to reluctantly work together. Deep down inside, we want to be part of this great society. We began to talk and just reflect In spite of all my hatred for Blacks and Jews and liberals, I accepted the job.

Some are not very well educated either. When I began to organize, I began to see far deeper. But at that time, my mind was closed.

But later he got involved in a local school issue and reluctantly, gradually, began to work on a committee with a black activist named Ann Atwater, whom he despised at the time. Eventually, after many small epiphanies, he realized that they shared a common concern for their children, common goals as human beings.

Ellis, in fraternal times The same thing is happening in this country today. The reactions of the others was not too pleasant: Ellis was born in and was 53 years old at the time of this interview with Studs Terkel.

I spent a lot of sleepless nights. During the interview, Terkel learned that Ellis had been born extremely poor in Durham, North Carolina; had struggled all his life to feed his family; had felt shut out of American society and had joined the Klan to feel like somebody.

When the news came over the radio that Martin Luther King was assassinated, I got on the telephone and begin to call other Klansmen We got the greatest system of government in the world. You sound like Martin Luther King.

I said something was wrong. The same thing is happening in this country today. I come to work one morning and some guys says: I had been in his home and visited with him.

Ann Atwater and C. I had some real great ideas about this nation. Her and I began to reluctantly work together. My daddy was antilabor too. I remember one Monday night Klan meeting. I spent a lot of sleepless nights.publications Stay Informed Register with NCJRS to receive NCJRS's biweekly e-newsletter JUSTINFO and additional periodic emails from NCJRS and the NCJRS federal sponsors that highlight the latest research published or.

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C.P. Ellis was born in and was years-old at the time of this interview with Studs Terkel. For Terkel, America's foremost oral historian, this remains the most memorable and moving of all the interviews he's done in a career spanning more than seven decades, for C.P.

Ellis had once been the exalted cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan in Durham, N.C. for me to hate would be black people, because my father before me was a member of the Klan. As far as he was concerned, it was the savior of the white people. It was the only organization in the world that would take care of the white people.

So I began to admire the Klan. I got active in the Klan while I was at the service station. Nov 05,  · why i quit the klan: an interview with c.p. ellis By Studs Terkel C.P. Ellis was born in and was 53 years old at the time of this interview with Studs Terkel. During the interview, Terkel learned that Ellis had been born extremely poor in Durham, North Carolina; had struggled all his life to feed his family; had felt shut out of American society and had joined the Klan to feel like somebody.

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