A lynching in Georgia:

The living memorial to America’s history of racist violence

There are still no national monuments to the thousands of black Americans killed during a century of lynchings. But for 12 years, activists in Georgia have been re-enacting the infamous 1946 murders of two black men and their wives. In Monroe Georgia just a few minutes east of the City Of Atlanta.

Walton County Georgia

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