Civil Rights: The Goal To Remember Each Jim Crow Killing, From The ’30s On.

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Police watch a crowd of African-Americans as they wait for a car pool lift in 1956 during the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Don Cravens/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Police watch a crowd of African-Americans as they wait for a car pool lift in 1956 during the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
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The Trouble I’ve Seen

Published on Jan 22, 2013

Featuring the work of Northeastern University School of Law‘s Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project (CRRJ), “The Trouble I’ve Seen” follows the investigations of three harrowing civil rights cold cases. Founded by Professor Margaret Burnham, CRRJ takes on cases that both horrify us and beg us to correct the record, to search for reconciliation and remediation for families and communities that even decades later shudder in the shadows of bigotry and injustice. “The Trouble I’ve Seen” is narrated by Julian Bond, former chairman of the NAACP.

The Goal: To Remember Each Jim Crow Killing, From The ’30s On

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