"The slut is dead. Long love the slut"- @child_of_sodom offers our daily wisdom.
- The multi-talented Ida B. Wells-Barnett was not merely a suffragist, newspaper publisher, journalist, and Civil Rights pioneer, she was a crusader against lynching.
- Will Brown, of Omaha Nebraska, before his lynching, in 1919.
- Will Brown AFTER. His lynching started the Omaha Race Riot of 1919. By “started the Race Riot” I don’t mean to suggest that angry Blacks retaliated and fought whites; I mean that the white mobs thirst for blood was ignited during Mr. Brown’s lynching and they then went on a rampage through the Black section of town killing and maiming and doing what crackers did for fun, at that time. Will Brown’s lynching story is a model for damned-near ALL incidents of the lynching of Black men: he supposedly did something to or with a white woman. Look it up.
- The report of a lynching, and…
- That lynchings 3 Black victims.
- Many lynchings were planned, advertised affairs. Many times tickets to the lynching were sold. And post cards were made as souvenirs and sent through the U. S. mail, to boot.
- John Hartfield’s body BEFORE THE RITUAL RIDDLING OF THE BODY WITH BULLETS FROM THE CROWD BEGAN. And as a result of the “great” advertising beforehand…
- A crowd of 10,000…A CROWD OF 10,000…show up to enjoy Hartfield’s lynching, mutilation, and the events grand-finale, THE DISMEMBERMENT OF THE BODY. Guess which of the Black man’s body parts was the grand prize, usually going to the organizer of the lynching?
- 3,436 that were PUBLICLY ACKNOWLEDGED…