RESIST by Nina Berman | F*ck the KKK, USA, 1990
© Nina Berman / NOOR
'When the Ku Klux Klan, a white supremacist terrorist organization, decided to march around a baseball field in a small town in southern New Jersey, a crowd of protestors showed up to resist. As the KKK donned their white robes and waved their confederate flags, the protesting crowd, led by many black high school students, pushed the Klan behind the ball field fence and into the wooden bleachers. The Klan grew frightened and weak as the protesters outnumbered them. Chanting with righteous anger and moral authority, these teenagers drove the racist hate mongers off the field and out of town.
It was my privilege to witness this beautiful moment of resistance when young people stood up for their ancestors and their own dignity.' - Nina Berman
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