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America’s First Memorial to the Victims of Lynching

Kriston Capps’ article in the Atlantic describes Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative’s memorial due to open in 2018, “the first such memorial in the U.S., and, its founders hope, it will show how lynchings of black people were essential to…

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Lynching in Amerca

The Root announced the unveiling of a new, valuable web resource. “Google and the Equal Justice Initiative launched a website Tuesday [June 13, 2017] that explores the history and legacy of racial terror in the United States, specifically during the…

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Memphis Students Unite Their Community 100 Years After A Lynching

One hundred years after his brutal lynching, Eli Persons was commemorated at a ceremony attended by 500 community members in Memphis (May 21, 2017) organized by a student-led activist group, Students Uniting Memphis (SUM) to bring awareness to this and other…

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Lynching in America: Confronting the Legacy of Racial Terror

Bryan Stevenson, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, narrates this powerful video that briefly illustrates the history of lynching of black people in the United States by white terrorists.  Stevenson explains EJI’s project to memorialize the victims of these crimes…

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Planned Memorial to Peace and Justice

Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative is planning a museum-memorial in Montgomery, Alabama to commemorate America’s black lynching victims.

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