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National monument to victims of white racist violence rekindles interest in 1900 Bel Air lynching

With last week’s opening of the new National Peace and Justice Memorial in Montgomery, Ala., interest has been rekindled nationally in the thousands of African-Americans, mostly males, who were killed by white mobs, the common term being they were “lynched.” At least one lynching, that has been…
Source: Sun

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