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Tallworth is A Black man In the process he battled internal departmental politics to successfully pull off this sting Black Klansman explains how he overcame these obstacles and accomplished this almost unbelievable uniue achieveme To really appreciate this book you have to ask yourself what if I had to befriend my enemies For Detective Ron Stallworth it goes beyond that diving deep into secret rituals cross burning race meetings and he joins the Ku Klux Klan undercover as one member of one of the most frightening and frankly bizarre groups to exist within the United States As the story continues at its core it becomes less about racism and about morality or lack thereof and why such hatred thrives in supposedly one of the most tolerant and free countries in the world Instead of painting the KKK as pure evil Stallworth looks at the complexity of the group and what drives its members towards heinous acts and an irrational aversion to non whites and multiculturalism As he gets closer to Grand Wizard David Duke his position becomes even endangered of being discovered Black Klansman is a disturbing tale at times and one that I d hope wouldn t be a reality in this day and age but the KKK still exists today spreading to new audiences using the internet and still doing the ol cross burning in the woods bit among other things including petty crime and spreading propaganda It can t be denied that though the KKK is of a fringe group these days it s still fully functioning which is a scary reality Black Klansman is therefore very timely but it s also a strong image of the 1970 s era and one man s dedication to understanding It s honestly one of the best memoirs I ve ever read with all the integrity and spirit of the film Fried Green Tomatoes and all the depth and humanity of Schindler s List I wasn t expecting it to be as complex as it was but it s such an amazing story and one that everybody should read

Summary Black Klansman

Undercover investigation into the Klan gained membership into the organization briefly served as Duke's bodyguard and was eventually asked to be the leader of the Colorado Springs chapter The irony of this investigation was that S A fascinating story that made for a medicore storytelling experience Stallworth could have benefitted from a ghostwriter and a heavy handed editor Forty year old petty grievaces against co workers don t belong in a biography and neither does repetition after repetition His sidebars and commentary are flat with little to no nuance and descriptionWhere this book shines entertains is in exposing what a hack many of these hate groups arewere in the 1970s Advertising their meetings in the newspaper David Duke answering the national headuarters phone line255 rounded up because of anticipation for the Spike Lee film which will undoubtedly include better storytelling

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In 1978 the community of Colorado Springs Colorado experienced a growth of Ku Klux Klan KKK membership One man dared to challenge their effort and thwart attempts to take over the city Police Detective Ron Stallworth He launched an I wanted to like this book There s a great story here it s just that it was boring I didn t uite like the way the author came across and I had a hard time getting through some parts of this There were so many abbreviated groups that after a while I stopped caring which group was on what side I also hated how every so often the author had to remind the reader how he was the one in charge of the investigation by parenthesizing that he was the one the KKK members were talking to even when some of the conversations were with his partner playing him undercover He didn t need to keep reminding me that it was him running the show The story lacked suspense for me I never felt fear wondering if Ron and his crew were going to get caught in their lie I failed to learn than what I already superficially know about the KKK I was hoping to learn something here but I don t feel like that was the case The pictures included here were as boring as the story And I don t want to say how conveniently that picture of Ron and David Duke disappeared but I didn t buy that it got lost throughout the years Such a historic picture one that you could pass on to your grandkids for its historic importance and I m supposed to believe it s not one of your most guarded treasures Not buying itAlso wish to know what the KKK thought of being infiltrated by a black man I m hoping the movie will be much better


About the Author: Ron Stallworth

Ronell Eugene Stallworth is an American retired police officer who infiltrated the ranks of the Ku Klux Klan in Colorado Springs in the late 1970s He was the first African American police officer and detective in the Colorado Springs Police DepartmentThe 2018 film BlacKkKlansman is based on his experience infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan



10 thoughts on “Black Klansman

  1. says:

    The best part of the book the pee your pants snork your coffee kick your legs up laughing part of the book was when David Duke came

  2. says:

    I wanted to like this book There's a great story here it's just that it was boring I didn't uite like the way the author came acros

  3. says:

    It's a great story not the most exceptional writing I'm glad somebody protects us from terrorist I'm pleased that I read it

  4. says:

    A fascinating story that made for a medicore storytelling experience Stallworth could have benefitted from a ghostwriter and a heavy handed editor Forty year old petty grievaces against co workers don't belong in a biography and neither does repetition after repetition His sidebars and commentary are flat with little to no nuance and descriptionWhere this book shines entertains is in exposing what a hack many of these hate groups arewere

  5. says:

    Black Klansman by Ron Stallworth seems so far fetched that it reads like fiction But alas it is non fiction A black police detective from Colorado Springs really did manage to infiltrate the KKK in 1978 It is a fascinating retelling of how this could possibly come about and manages to show the organization's leaders and me

  6. says:

    See the movie read the book or both hopefully you already have done one or the other If you haven't I encourage you to do so now It was relevant when it happened it is so now I rarely find the movie as good as or better than the book but both a

  7. says:

    To really appreciate this book you have to ask yourself what if I had to befriend my enemies For Detective Ron Stallworth it goes beyond that diving deep into secret rituals cross burning race meetings and he joins the Ku Klux Klan undercover as one member of one of the most frightening and frankly bizarre groups to exist within

  8. says:

    Find all of my reviews at “Success often lies not in what happens but in what you prevent from happening” Here is a case where the movie is guaranteed to be better than the book No offense to Ron Stallworth but Spike Lee does words for a living and you my friend were a policeman I’ll catch the film eventually Most likely whe

  9. says:

    This book than anything else is a testament to authors who should hire ghostwriters If Ron Stallworth did in fact hire a ghostwriter he should have hired a better one The premise a black police officer masuerading as a card carrying member of

  10. says:

    This memoir dragged in spots but I admire the courage of the author to risk his life for this endeavorSide Note Spike Lee did an excellent job in adapting this

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