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December 17, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Anti-Ku Klux Klan demonstrators clashed with police and pelted white-hooded klansmen with snowballs during a planned march by about 20 members of the hate group in Skokie, a Chicago suburb that is home to many Holocaust survivors. Police arrested about 10 anti-klan demonstrators, who witnesses said smashed the windows of at least three squad cars and fought with police.
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December 17, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Anti-Ku Klux Klan demonstrators clashed with police and pelted white-hooded klansmen with snowballs during a planned march by about 20 members of the hate group in Skokie, a Chicago suburb that is home to many Holocaust survivors. Police arrested about 10 anti-klan demonstrators, who witnesses said smashed the windows of at least three squad cars and fought with police.
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June 2, 1987
A Holocaust monument in Skokie, Ill., was defaced with swastikas and the word "liar" one day after its dedication to 6 million Jews and other victims of the Nazis during World War II. Swastikas also were painted at an office owned by the president of the Holocaust Survivors of Metropolitan Chicago, which organized efforts to erect the statue, Skokie Mayor Albert Smith said.
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June 2, 1987
A Holocaust monument in Skokie, Ill., was defaced with swastikas and the word "liar" one day after its dedication to 6 million Jews and other victims of the Nazis during World War II. Swastikas also were painted at an office owned by the president of the Holocaust Survivors of Metropolitan Chicago, which organized efforts to erect the statue, Skokie Mayor Albert Smith said.
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