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Episode 130 The 1964 Freedom Summer Murders

In June 1964, the Ku Klux Klan conspired with law enforcement in Neshoba County, Mississippi to kidnap and murder three young civil rights workers. James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner were murdered in an effort to preserve segregation in the state and deter further civil rights activism. Despite dozens of indictments and a few trials, was justice served? What role did the state of Mississippi play in their murders?

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Episode 122 Elizabeth Key and Henrietta Wood

There are lesser known stories of enslaved men and women who fought for their freedom in court. Elizabeth Key was at the center of one of the most important colonial court cases involving slavery. Henrietta Wood made history when she sued the man who kidnapped and enslaved her. Listen to Episode 122 FOLLOW AND LISTEN: Apple… Continue reading Episode 122 Elizabeth Key and Henrietta Wood


Episode 45 Mary Elizabeth Tyler

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