This gripping documentary blends now familiar archival footage of KKK rallies with images of white supremacists still active today. It creates a vivid portrait of how white surpremacists view their perceived enemies. Through separate vignettes, the film tells the stories of those who have prosecuted, photographed, protested, infiltrated, and even participated in hate groups, shedding light on these philosophies that continue to run deep within the fringes of our society.
It reminds me of how far we’ve come but how far we still have to go . . . it’s disturbing and certainly makes you think.”
—John Verhoff, The History Channel