Monday, November 18th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific
The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Laura Wexler. A writer and instructor at Johns Hopkins University, Ms. Wexler formerly resided in Georgia where she researched the 1946 Moore’s Ford Bridge Lynching. Four black people, two black males and two black females, where shot and killed by a mob of Whites in July of ’46. The slaughter caused national outrage and prompted a investigation from the J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI. Based on these events, Wexler authored the investigative narrative piece: Fire in a Canebrake: The Last Mass Lynching in America. We’ll discuss what motivated Wexler, a White woman, to investigate this case and we’ll explore what this incident reveals about White dedication (not ignorance) to Racism. We’ll also review Wexler’s involvement with the case, as efforts continue to bring the White killers to justice.
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