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Mary Turner (1899 - 19 May 1918) was a 21 year old African-American woman, lynched in Valdosta, Georgia. Eight months pregnant, Turner and her child were murdered after she publicly denounced the extrajudicial killing of her husband by a mob. Her death is considered a stark example of racially motivated mob violence in the American south, and was referenced by the NAACP's anti-lynching campaign of the 20's,30's& 40's. She is one of at least 148 African-American women who were lynched in…

Mary Turner (1899 - 19 May 1918) was a 21 year old African-American woman, lynched in Valdosta, Georgia. Eight months pregnant, Turner and her child were murdered after she publicly denounced the extrajudicial killing of her husband by a mob. Her death is considered a stark example of racially motivated mob violence in the American south, and was referenced by the NAACP's anti-lynching campaign of the 20's,30's& 40's. She is one of at least 148 African-American women who were lynched in…

The first woman to start a bank — a black woman — finally gets her due in the Confederacy’s capital

The first woman to start a bank — a black woman — finally gets her due in the Confederacy’s capital

Runaway slave ad.

Runaway slave ad.

Rev. W. J. Howard (image #5), one of the ministers who composed the letter to President Taft and the American people.

Rev. W. J. Howard (image #5), one of the ministers who composed the letter to President Taft and the American people.

▶ Presenting - Josie the Outlaw: Message to Police

▶ Presenting - Josie the Outlaw: Message to Police

PATRICIA BATH, (Nov.4, 1942-Present)  Inventor - In 1981 she began work on  the "Laserphaco Probe." It utilized a laser and two tubes, one of which served for irrigation and the other for suctions (aspiration). The laser was used to make a small incision in the eye and the laser would quickly vaporize the cataracts. She was the 1st Black person to complete a residency in ophthalmology in 1970. Her parents instilled within her a feeling of opportunity and excitement for her future.

PATRICIA BATH, (Nov.4, 1942-Present) Inventor - In 1981 she began work on the "Laserphaco Probe." It utilized a laser and two tubes, one of which served for irrigation and the other for suctions (aspiration). The laser was used to make a small incision in the eye and the laser would quickly vaporize the cataracts. She was the 1st Black person to complete a residency in ophthalmology in 1970. Her parents instilled within her a feeling of opportunity and excitement for her future.

Anarchast #106 Jeff Berwick Interviews Josie the Outlaw

Anarchast #106 Jeff Berwick Interviews Josie the Outlaw