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This Day in Georgia History

June 07, 1941

KKK Convention in Atlanta

Over 600 delegates from 38 states attended a Ku Klux Klan convention in Atlanta. They overwhelmingly voted against a motion to restore use of hoods to hide their faces. After voting to raise $1 million in 1942 to promote “Americanism,” they adjourned and reassembled at Stone Mountain to burn a cross.

See also:

Klan Letter Encouraging Purchase of American Goods (Georgia State University Digital Collections)