This shares information about the 1918 lynching rampage in South Georgia.
Source: Remembering Mary Turner
This entry was posted on October 26, 2015 by serious2020. It was filed under Adults, Africa, AFRIKAN, Black History, child abuse, Children, children, Commentary, Community outrage, Cruel and inhuman punishment, Culture, Education, Ethnic Studies, Extrajudicial killing, Families, Genocide, Griot, Human Rights, International Law, Jim Crow, Liberation, Lynching, Men, Mental Health, Militarized police, Police Brutality, Police Brutality - murder, police corruption, Political, political assassination, Politics, Racism, Rape, rape, Serious2020, Sexual predators, Stop and frisk, Torture, Vigils for AFRIKAN children, Weaponry, Women, Youth, Youth and was tagged with African/Black experience, Afrikan, Alan Blueford, arrest warrants, Brooks County Georgia, Folsom Bridge, freedom, Hampton Smith, Hattie Graham, incarceration nation, Lowndes County, lynch mob, lynching rampage of 1918, Mary Turner, Mary Turner Project, mob violence, murder, police brutality, political assassination, Political Prisoners, prisoners, prisons, protest, racism, revolutionary, Slavery, South Georgia, South Troup Street, Sydney Johnson, terrorism, Valdosta Georgia, War on Afrikans.
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