Why do people join America's infamous white supremacist group?
America’s most infamous supremacist group, the Ku Klux Klan, claim to be in the midst of a revival saying there is a surge in membership and an increase in cross burnings across the Deep South.
In this BBC documentary, which contains disturbing information, Dan Murdoch meets the leaders of the Loyal White Knights, who claim to be the largest Klan chapter.
As tensions grow and protests erupt, following a massacre of nine black worshippers in a church, the violent intentions behind the Ku Klux Klan’s ideology are laid bare.
Watch KKK: The Fight for White Supremacy? and more acclaimed documentaries on BBC Select today. Restrictions apply*.
More documentaries you might like...
From accounts of the 20th century's pivotal political events to biographies of modern political figures, BBC Select brings you documentaries about the politics that shape our world.
The pioneering reign of Elizabeth II's grandparents, King George and Queen Mary.
The women at the heart of the bloody War of the Roses that helped shape British history.
Was Thomas Cromwell a corrupt, ambitious politician or has history unfairly maligned him?
Regime of terror: a horrifying portrait of Libya’s leader from the insiders who made him.
What happens when you’ve become the US’s most reviled family? Louis pays another visit.
From failure to Fuhrer. How did Adolf Hitler charm the German people?