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Ku Klux Klan Stole Their “Outfits” From a Black Sacred Group

[Written by: Gabriel Scott]

If you look at the photo below, your first thought would probably be that it’s a picture of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). Well, believe it or not, this is not a photo of the KKK. This is a picture of a group of Black men called, “The Negro Brotherhood of Seville, Spain”. This was a Black sacred group that dressed in white sheets and hoods, to intentionally march the streets of Seville. Overall, it was a tradition since the 1460’s. They were Christians who believed in the teachings and principles of Jesus Christ and were adamant about promoting Christ and who he is. This particular group represented love and positivity. It wasn’t until four centuries later in 1866, a group by the name of Ku Klux Klan was established and emerged as an organization to keep Black people inferior and in bondage. It’s very ironic that the dress of the KKK looks extremely similar to the dress of the Negro Brotherhood. Did the KKK adopt the Negro Brotherhood’s look? Adding onto that, the KKK has always considered themselves to be a Christian group, but they represent evil, oppression and mistreatment; which is the total opposite of what a Christian should be. [Something to think about] #BLACK HISTORY MONTH #REAL FACTS #NEGRO BROTHERHOOD

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