Links and Resources

These resources are designed to offer you additional opportunities to engage with and explore the history and ramifications of racism and the history of lynching. Most important, many of the resources give you the opportunity to connect with like minded individuals and resources for community building, dialogue and anti-racism efforts.  Explore this topic and these organizations at your own discretion. I make no claims nor vouch for any particular organization. These are simply a few of the resources I have encountered over the years in my own journey. 

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT, HEALING and RECONCILIATION RESOURCES

 

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ART, CULTURE, HISTORY and RESEARCH RESOURCES

 

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  • United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (www.unesco.org)

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ACTIVIST and COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

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BOOKS ON LYNCHING

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  • 100 Years of Lynchings by Ralph Ginzburg

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  • At the Hands of Persons Unknown by Philip Dray

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  • Gender and Lynching:  The Politics of Memory* by Eveyln M. Simien

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  • Imagery of Lynching: Black Men, White Women and the Mob* by Dora Apel

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  • Living with Lynching: African American Lynching Plays, Performance, and Citizenship 1890-1930* by Koritha Mitchell

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  • Lynching of Women in the United States: The Recorded Cases, 1851-1946* by Kerry Segrave

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  • Mary Turner and Memory of Lynching* by Julie Buckner Armstrong

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  • Southern Horrors and Other Writing: The Anti-Lynching Campaign of Ida B. Wells, 1892-1900*,  Edited by Jacqueline Jones Royster

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  • The Lyncher in Me: A Search for Redemption in the Face of History by Warren Read

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  • Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in America by James Allen, John Lewis,Leon F. Litwack and Hilton Als

 

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