Black History : Washington Post harrowingly reports: ‘Lynchings in Mississippi never stopped’

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Washington Post harrowingly reports: Lynchings in Mississippi never stopped’



In The Post, Jefferson details eight specific victims aged 17 to 55 who were found dead by hanging in Mississippi between June 2000 and May 2019. All eight deaths were ruled suicides, but their kin contend they were lynched. Jefferson is working with the families to get them justice.


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It was the ‘deadliest place’ for Black people in the US. That didn’t stop these high school students from changing history



On Oct. 4, 1961, more than 100 students walked out of Burglund High School in McComb to protest Travis’ expulsion for participating in civil rights demonstrations. The students and others in the Black community were also angry about the brazen murder days before of civil rights activist Herbert Lee by a white state lawmaker. They wanted an end to racial violence, segregation and barriers to voting.


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