Here's how white women have always participated in -- and benefited from -- white nationalist violence
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The new Spike Lee-directed film “BlacKkKlansman” begins with a scene from the 1939 film “Gone With the Wind.” In it, Scarlett O’Hara discovers the rows and rows of injured and slaughtered bodies at a train yard following the Battle of Atlanta. As the camera pans out, a battered Confederate flag buckles and billows in the wind, in what appears to show honor and resilience, despite the flag’s shabbiness and the Confederacy’s defeat. This article first …

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