Black, Black Don

“The only other Klan organization that can claim to be national, in the
sense that it has klaverns in several states, is the Knights of the Ku
Klux Klan. Led in the 1970’s by David Duke, an ex-Nazi who is now state
representative in Louisiana, the KKKK is presently split into two main
factions. The smaller of the two, with only about 250 members, is headed
by another ex-Nazi named Don Black. Black lost control of the rest of the
KKKK in 1982, when he was sent to federal prison for two years.”
(Kronenwetter, Michael. United They Hate. New York: Walker and
Company, 1992. p. 54)

Last-Modified: 1995/02/23