Voice 1: The Klan still exists today in America. But, it is much smaller, and less powerful. Many experts say that Stetson Kennedy's actions helped to decrease Klan activity. Stetson recognized that information was power. In the past, no one knew anything about the Klan. But, once people knew about the Klan, they did not fear it as much. Stetson's actions took away the Klan's power.
Voice 2: Stetson did not have to lead a protest. He did not have to show great courage. The only thing he had to do was help spread information.
Voice 1: Tolerance.org is a website in the United States. They work to stop hate and bigotry. They say:
Voice 3: "Our experience shows that one person, acting from conscience and love, is able to neutralize bigotry. Imagine, then, what a whole community, working together, could do."
Voice 2: Whatever you do, never stop fighting hate and bigotry. You can make a difference.