publication date: Monday, September 10, 2018 (part of Fall 2018)

category: Justice

clue: He was the first African-American member of a group that opposed his very existence, not that they knew his identity at the time.

explanation: Police officer Stallworth infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s. He didn't go public with his story until 2006. His memoir was turned into the 2018 film BlacKkKlansman. more…

difficulty: medium

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Samir Mehta, LaVonne Lemler, Chris Lemler, Matthew Preston, and Erik Bates


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