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The Weekend - Ron Stallworth author of BlacKkKlansman

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KTEP's Angela Kocherga interviews Ron Stallworth, a law enforcement veteran who worked in four states and was the first black detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department. Stallworth's best-selling memoir Black Klansman about infiltrating the KKK became the basis for the film written and directed by Spike Lee. In this edition of the weekend he talks about George Floyd, police brutality and building coalitions to fight racism.

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Ron Stallworth is the author of the best-selling book Black Klansman, a memoir about infiltrating the KKK as a police detective in Colorado.

Originally aired June 6, 2020