Lynching, Race, and Memory in Twentieth-Century America

Lecture Description

In August 1930, a mob broke out of the county jail three African American teenagers. lynching two of them. No one was punished for this vigilante crime. This illustrated talk with move from the details of one of American’s most horrible lynchings to broader questions of race and memory.


Crime, Violence, Incarceration Race

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