Duluth Lynchings: 100 Years Later

A panel discussion on social justice and racism in both 1920 Duluth and modern America.

An expert panel discusses the social, economic, and racial justice landscape which led to the horrific lynching of Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson, and Isaac McGhie and the unfair trial of Max Mason in 1920 Duluth. Examine the failures of historic and modern criminal justice systems, barriers in today's legal system, the devaluing of African American lives, and positive steps we can take as a society

    Duluth Lynchings: 100 Years Later is a local public television program presented by TPT.

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