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Here's The Moment A Black Woman Protected A White Man At A KKK Rally

Amy Scott-Samuel

Here's a throwback to the mid-'90s with a story of a woman named Keshia Thomas. Keshia was attending a protest against the KKK, which was holding a rally in Ann Arbor, Mich., in 1996. At the protest, someone announced over the megaphone that there was "a Klansman in the crowd." In the crowd stood a middle-aged white man who was wearing a t-shirt depicting the Confederate flag and an SS tattoo. The crowd began to kick and beat him with placards.Yet Keshia bravely stood forward, shielded the man..

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