Set against the backdrop of six lynching sites, An Outrage … Kimberly Wilson is the great-great-niece of journalist John Mitchell, Jr., editor of the black newspaper The Richmond Planet and one of the great anti-lynching advocates in American history. Kellogg Foundation to bring about transformational and sustainable change in addressing the historic and contemporary effects of racism. ... a documentary film about lynching in the American South. He is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Memphis and Senior Pastor at Gifts of Life Ministries. Please click the download button above to read and share.
Virginia Humanities contributed funds to support Dixon’s team in further developing the guide for use in libraries at a conference hosted by the Virginia Library Association. Dr. Edward L. Ayers is the film's Historical Consultant. He helps to preserve memory of these killings by maintaining a path to a burial site nearby. Sonny Gray was born and raised in Shubuta, Mississippi, where lynchings took place in 1918 and 1942 at the town's "Hanging Bridge." The book she wrote about her great uncle and his family is expected to be published in 2017.
A DOCUMENTARY FILM ABOUT LYNCHING IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH ... An Outrage, a documentary film by Hannah Ayers and Lance Warren, ad-dresses the dark and painful history of lynching in the American South. Filmed on-location at lynching sites in six states and bolstered by the memories and perspectives of descendants, community activists, and scholars, this unusual historical documentary educates even as it serves as a hub for action to remember and reflect upon a long-hidden past. Thelma Dangerfield is a volunteer at the Lamar County Genealogical Society Library, where she researched three lynchings that took place in Paris, Texas. An exhibit she created is on view at the Lamar County Historical Society. “An Outrage”: A New Film about Lynching in the American South By Michael T. Barry Jr. March 22, 2017 1 This post is part of a new blog series that announces the release of new films in African American History and African Diaspora Studies. Ms. Wilson is Deputy Director for Human Resources, Volunteers, and Community Service at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Meet the cast—descendants of victims, activists, and scholars—of AN OUTRAGE, a documentary film about lynching in the American South. Thanks to this broad and generous support, we’re honored to offer the guide freely. Dr. Fostenia Baker is the great niece of Frazier B. Baker, a postmaster in Lake City, South Carolina, who was lynched with his infant daughter, Julia, on February 22, 1898. Meet the cast—descendants of victims, activists, and scholars—of AN OUTRAGE, a documentary film about lynching in the American South. Wilkerson has taught narrative nonfiction at several universities. Isabel Wilkerson is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration. Dixon is a member of the American Library Association’s "Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Great Stories Club: Implementation Team," an initiative funded by the W.K. He is the author of Black Politics/White Power: Civil Rights Black Power and Black Panthers in New Haven. He is a fourth-generation university administrator, and author of Confronting the Veil: Abram Harris Jr., E. Franklin Frazier, and Ralph Bunche, 1919-1941 and Jim Crow Wisdom: Memory and Identity in Black America Since 1940. His forthcoming work is Six Degrees of Segregation: Lynching, Capital Punishment and Jim Crow Justice, 1865-1930. “Together with a brave and brilliant cast, we made the film. Hattie Lawson is a minister, community activist, and retired fifth-grade teacher.
She is the author of The White Image in the Black Mind: African-American Ideas About White People 1830-1925 and To Tell the Truth Freely: The Life of Ida B. AN OUTRAGE is a documentary film about lynching in the American South. He is also a co-host of the podcast BackStory. Virginia Humanities also supported the graphic design of the guide. Dr. Andre Johnson is a member of the Lynching Sites Project of Memphis, helping to memorialize lynchings in Shelby County. Rev. She led her local team in adapting the guide. Dr. Yohuru Williams is Dean of Arts and Sciences and Professor of History at St. Thomas University in Minnesota, and an education activist. Dr. Mia Bay is Professor of History at Rutgers University, where she directs the Center for Race and Ethnicity. She is the coordinator of the Moore's Ford Movement, a coalition of citizens dedicated to investigating and memorializing the lynchings of two African American couples in Monroe, Georgia in July 1946. Thelma is also Treasurer of the local NAACP chapter. He is President Emeritus and Professor of Humanities at the University of Richmond, President of the Organization of American Historians, and Executive Editor of Bunk. You will make it matter. She also won the Pulitzer Prize for her work as Chicago Bureau Chief of The New York Times in 1994, making her the first black woman in the history of American journalism to do so. Dixon is also Vice President/President Elect of the Virginia Library Association and VLA’s Forum Chair for Librarians of Color. Watch the trailer and three sneak peeks of AN OUTRAGE, a documentary film about lynching in the American South. Dr. Baker is a retired professor and resides in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Jonathan Holloway is Provost of Northwestern University and an historian who focuses on the post-emancipation United States with a focus on social and intellectual history. ” — from the introduction Wells. About; Trailer; Watch; … The author of seven books, his newest work is The Thin Light of Freedom: The Civil War and Emancipation in the Heart of America. A Documentary Film About Lynching in the American South. The filmmakers collaborated with Joslyn Bowling Dixon, the Deputy Director of Virginia’s Prince William County Public Library System, to adapt a classroom guide for the film created by Teaching Tolerance. Our community discussion guide is designed for communities large and small—gathered at universities, houses of worship, libraries, and museums—to come together, learn, listen to one another, and grow in the direction of change. A Documentary Film About Lynching in the American South.
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