Published: June 17, 2021

Early in Denver’s history, working-class neighborhoods tended to have higher KKK membership rates because those people were more likely to live near or work with immigrants, Jews, Catholics and Blacks, said Tom Noel, Professor of History, during a discussion hosted by History Colorado.

The KKK ruled Denver a century ago. Here’s how the hate group’s legacy is still being felt in 2021.
Denver Post, June 6