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Special Series: The Election Day Massacre. Part 3.
After the horrific violence of Election Day, 1920, in Ocoee, Florida, hundreds of Black families fled the town, never to return. White farmers took ownership of their lands. And the crimes of the mobs of white vigilantes - lynching, murders, arson, theft - were covered up for almost a century. Until now.
Special Series: The Election Day Massacre. Part 2.
Before the presidential election of 1920, the Klan marched through Florida to warn Black citizens not to vote. Newspapers across the state issued the same warning. When a prominent Black resident, Mose Norman, tried to cast his vote in the town of Ocoee, a mob of white vigilantes descended on the community. They exacted a terrible vengeance, starting with the family of a local Black leader, July Perry.Photo credit: Orange County Regional History Center
Special Series: The Election Day Massacre. Part 1.
The worst incident of election violence in American history happened a century ago on Election Day, 1920 in the town of Ocoee, Florida. The victims were hundreds of Black residents. The perpetrators were their white neighbors. And the reason was that Black citizens had gone to the polls and tried to vote.
Bonus Episode 9: The Surgery That Sparked the Iran-Contra Scandal
Did President Ronald Reagan authorize selling arms to Iran while still recovering from major surgery in 1985?
Bonus Episode 8: How a Haircut Changed Music History
After a 23-year-old Elvis Presley submitted to an Army barber in March 1958, rock and roll, and American life, were never quite the same.
Great show, but you lost me
This show is great. However, you are the company you keep. Any connection to a blatant racist like Ibram X Kendi is too much for me. Just because you say you’re “anti” doesn’t make it less racist.
From being a phenomenal must listen to podcasts to pure weird commercials? I have kept it on my list to see if they finally would come back but nothing. Don’t even give it a try anymore!