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How I Confronted the Truth About My Fraternity’s Racist History

‘I was once a member of a white supremacist organization’ sounds clickbaitey, but is it untrue?

InIn March of 2019, a photo surfaced of three Ole Miss fraternity brothers posing with guns beside a bullet-riddled memorial to Emmett Till, the black teenager whose grisly 1955 murder was a flashpoint…




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Mike Ingram

Mike Ingram

Mike Ingram is a writer and editor living in Philadelphia. Find him on Twitter @mikeingram00.

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