Buried Truths
<p>In 1948, three black farmers decided they’d had enough. They were going to vote in rural South Georgia, where white supremacists held power by suppressing the black vote. Pulitzer-Prize winning author, journalist and Emory University professor Hank Klibanoff explores the mysteries and injustices of history through civil rights cases that few have seen.&nbsp;How far would white supremacists go -- on the streets, in the courtrooms, in the legislatures -- to preserve their racial dominance? And, most importantly, why? Who were we back then? The truth is restless, relevant and revealed in Buried Truths.</p>

  
Publisher
WABE
Website
https://www.wabe.org
Genre
History   Podcasts   Society & Culture  
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Title
4: Thousands of Friends
Description

After the Nixon and Carter families flee Georgia, they face terrible conditions. Discovered by the NAACP and The Pittsburgh Courier, they find a way to move forward.

Published
2018-04-16 02:00:00 UTC
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