IN THE LAND OF MILK AND HONEY

IN THE LAND OF MILK AND HONEY

    Price: $310.00

    Code: 1321
    Format: DVD

    Examines Pulaski, Tennessee, the town where the Ku Klux Klan was founded right after the Civil War, and where today its memory still runs very deep. Combining interviews with local residents as well as attendees at a Klan rally and counter demonstrators, historical photos, contemporary footage, scenes of a museum exhibit of the last-known original Klan robe, and a cross burning ceremony by the Klan, the video reveals Pulaski's historical and ongoing relationship to this controversial organization. We learn how Pulaski's citizens remember and reconcile the history of the Klan, how they continue to be divided about the organization's meaning and role, and how such history remains contested for Americans.

    Directed by Paul Donahue
    2001, 60 minutes
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