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In the movie ‘BlacKkKlansman,’ John David Washington portrays Ron Stallworth, a Colorado Springs police officer who decided to go undercover with the KKK. The only problem?

Director Spike Lee and actor John David Washington on ‘BlacKkKlansman’

In the movie ‘BlacKkKlansman,’ John David Washington portrays Ron Stallworth, a Colorado Springs police officer who decided to go undercover with the KKK. The only problem?

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