New York police on motorcycles wrap a demonstration in fog to prevent the demonstrators at the march-past in front of a building in which President Herbert Hoover is speaking in New York, 1930. (Photo by Imagno/Hulton Archive/Getty)

How the Anti-Saloon League, responsible for Prohibition, shaped modern racist policing

Prohibition created the perfect storm for the mass incarceration of ethnic minorities, who’d been driven into the contraband trade through inequality of economic opportunity, then zealously policed for being involved
Noisy defiance: Members of the Ku Klux Klan; on the verandah of a Dundas St. E. house in May; raise

The KKK has a history in Canada. And it can return.

Canada is not immune to hate, and a look at the history of the Ku Klux Klan’s expansion efforts proves it

Ku Klux Klan banners hang at York University

Artist Deanna Bowen says work is meant to be provocative