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Black History, Black Print and You

By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher, The San Diego Voice and Viewpoint Dr. Carter G. Woodson and the work he left behind certainly makes the...

For Years, Newspapers Printed Hate, Leading to Lynchings and Massacres of Black Americans

By DeNeen L. Brown, The Howard Center for Investigative Journalism “FRIED OVER SLOW FIRE: Negro Commits the Unspeakable Crime and Is Put to Death With...

Grisly Hanging Deaths of Three Black Men in Two Weeks Hark Back to Terror of...

Ebone Monet and Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media Author and investigative journalist Ida B. Wells-Barnett, a staunch crusader against lynching at the turn of the last century, would likely have been...

Interactive Map Shows Thousands of Lynchings Throughout American History

“Before this website, it was impossible to search the web and find an accurate scope of the history of American lynching. The names have...