When Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was set to speak at NC State University, the KKK held a large march in downtown Raleigh the same day. The day languished in the dark spaces of the State Archives until a researcher at NC State University dug up the details about day MLK and the KKK were in Raleigh. We talk with Prof. Jason Miller about the exhibit that explores that tense day.
NC State Researcher Digs Up Day MLK & KKK Were in North Carolina
PUBLISHED 4:19 PM EST Jan. 20, 2020