UW Madison unveiled their new exhibit with the university’s Public History Project today, which examines discrimination on campus throughout the decades. Located on the main floor of the Chazen Museum […]
Madison authors, topics, book events and publishers Stu Levitan welcomes Edward Ball, his latest book is the most extraordinary family memoir I have ever read, Life Of A Klansman: A […]
Today’s episode is a rebroadcast from July 5, 2018. With the national conversation about white supremacy on the rise, Allen talks to historian Linda Gordon about her latest book, The […]
Thursday host Allen Ruff talks to professor and award-winning historian Linda Gordon about her new book, The Second Coming of the KKK: The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s and […]
Mayor Milo Kittleson (1920-1926) would be remembered as one of Madison’s most influential visionary mayors — if only he hadn’t palled around with those domestic terrorists, the Ku Klux Klan.
(WORT) — In this week’s Madison History Podcast, local historian Stu Levitan describes one of the darkest episodes in city history. During Prohibition, the Madison Police Department secretly used the Ku Klux Klan to conduct raids on the city’s poorest residents.