On March 30, the Ku Klux Klan is staging a large rally in Memphis, TN. Their purpose is to protest the name changes of three city parks away from names honoring the Confederate States of America. One park, along with its large bronze sculpture, is named after the founder of the KKK, First Grand Wizard, slave trader and slave owner, Nathan Bedford Forrest. Changing the name of this park is what bothers the Klan the most. City officials fear violence and are preparing for the possibility. The NAACP has urged all African-Americans not to witness this rally and stay away for the fear of violence. Progress comes slowly, but it comes.