Three Descendants of the 1919 Elaine, Arkansas Massacre Speak on the Lasting Impact of an Overlooked History
I recently spoke with Elaine massacre descendants, James White, Lenora Marshall and Anthony Davis about the racial terror in the small town over a century ago and its lasting effects.
There is no such thing as a definitive narrative of America. Depending on who you ask the American story is one that is emblematic of an oasis of opportunity, rife with possibilities and a shining example for the rest of the world to look upon as a model of freedom, democracy and favor for those who work hard …
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