Baldwin - Going to Meet the Man James Baldwin Lynching in...

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Going to Meet the Man James Baldwin
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Lynching in America
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Understanding Lynching
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James Baldwin 1924-1987 Born in Harlem Lived in Greenwich Village and moved to Paris in 1948, age 24 Involved in Civil Rights protests of the 1960s Returned to live outside of the US for much of his career
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Baldwin in Selma, 1963 Photographed here with Joan Baez Voter registration: 300 out of 15,000 registered
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Selma, Alabama January 1865, Jim Bevel beaten in jail His release from jail became a national cause when he contracted pneumonia from repeatedly being hosed down with water in his cell. Protestors in Selma, March 1865
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Selma, Alabama Jim Clark (Big Jim C, p. 1383) Dallas County Sheriff enforcing segregation in Selma
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Selma, Alabama Conflict culminates in March 1865 “bloody Sunday” riots in which 600 protestors were attacked by state and local authorities with clubs and tear gas.
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What makes a racist? What motivates the
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