Social all right. Check out her hat.
Nice photo - the weather looks too warm for her to be wearing a coon skin cap.
Maybe, Henry, but there is a fraternity in New Hampshire and a sorority in Indiana, both named Kappa Kappa Kappa. The fraternity apparently predates the Ku Klux Klan by 24 years.
Dick, thank you for that clarification!
Don't thank me, Eric, thank Google...
The whole atmosphere of the picture seemed more collegiate to me than anything related to the Klan. That led me to the Greek societies at colleges.
Kind of like the demonization of Third Reich Germany has made the swastika (an ANCIENT symbol in Asia and America) taboo, it seems our pointy-hatted friends have cast a long shadow over the "KKK" initials.
Wear that hat today (or a swastika) and see how many people ask about your college days or spiritual beliefs.
Don't be fooled. That blurry right hand is the smoke from her pistol as she shot the photographer.
Thanks for reminding me do the other KKK possibilities Dick! Of course Charlie could be right.