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Non-Christian American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan

Church of the American Knights of the KKK



A "a recently formed and aggressive branch of the notorious hate group" (Boston Phoenix). National leader: Rev. Jeffrey Berry.

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The Church of the American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, led by Jeff Berry of Butler, Indiana, is the most active Klan organization in America. While other KKK groups across the country are weakening and becoming less visible, the American Knights are flooding neighborhoods across the country with their propaganda and holding rallies in cities from the Midwest to the South.

Berry established the American Knights of the KKK in 1995, at a time when other KKK leaders were trying to improve their images by reinventing the Klan as a civic organization for white people. In contrast, Berry’s organization has consistently followed the traditional Klan model, with its crudely racist literature, its use of vile epithets at public rallies and its combative stance. In the spring of this year, Berry changed the name of his organization to Church of the American Knights of the KKK.

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