The Scottsboro Boys were nine Black teenage boys (the youngest was 13 and the oldest was 19) accused of rape in Alabama in 1931. The landmark set of legal cases from this incident dealt with racism and the right to a fair trial. The case included a frameup, an all-White jury, rushed trials, an attempted lynching, an angry mob, and is an example of an overall miscarriage of justice.

The Scottsboro Boys were nine Black teenage boys (the youngest was 13 and the oldest was 19) accused of rape in Alabama in 1931. The landmark set of legal cases from this incident dealt with racism and the right to a fair trial. The case included a frameup, an all-White jury, rushed trials, an attempted lynching, an angry mob, and is an example of an overall miscarriage of justice.

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The Chicago race-riots of 1919 were sparked by the drowning of a black teenager named Eugene Williams on July 27 of that summer. Williams was swimming in Lake Michigan and crossed the unofficial racial barrier that separated the black and white beachgoers. In retaliation, a group of white men threw ...The Chicago race-riots of 1919 were sparked by the drowning of a black teenager named Eugene Williams on July 27 of that summer. Williams was swimming in Lake Michigan and crossed the…

The Chicago race-riots of 1919 were sparked by the drowning of a black teenager named Eugene Williams on July 27 of that summer. Williams was swimming in Lake Michigan and crossed the unofficial racial barrier that separated the black and white beachgoers. In retaliation, a group of white men threw ...The Chicago race-riots of 1919 were sparked by the drowning of a black teenager named Eugene Williams on July 27 of that summer. Williams was swimming in Lake Michigan and crossed the…

The character assassination of Michael Brown, The New York Times’ disgraceful smear captures America’s unwillingness to give black teenagers equal respect , August 26, 2014, by Mervyn Marcano

The character assassination of Michael Brown, The New York Times’ disgraceful smear captures America’s unwillingness to give black teenagers equal respect , August 26, 2014, by Mervyn Marcano

Protesters march on the White House in 1933 to demand a fair trial for the ‘Scottsboro Boys’. This case – in which a group of black teenagers was convicted by an all-white jury of raping a white woman, then sentenced to death – is considered a grave miscarriage of justice

Protesters march on the White House in 1933 to demand a fair trial for the ‘Scottsboro Boys’. This case – in which a group of black teenagers was convicted by an all-white jury of raping a white woman, then sentenced to death – is considered a grave miscarriage of justice

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Depressed Black Teenagers Stock Photos, Depressed Black Teenagers Stock Photography, Depressed Black Teenagers Stock Images : Shutterstock.com

Protesters march on the White House in 1933 to demand a fair trial for the ‘Scottsboro Boys’. This case – in which a group of black teenagers was convicted by an all-white jury of raping a white woman, then sentenced to death – is considered a grave miscarriage of justice

Protesters march on the White House in 1933 to demand a fair trial for the ‘Scottsboro Boys’. This case – in which a group of black teenagers was convicted by an all-white jury of raping a white woman, then sentenced to death – is considered a grave miscarriage of justice

cute+braided+hairstyles+for+black+teenagers | ... Photos of the Ideas for Weave Braided Hairstyles For Black Teenagers

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James Ford Seale, who in 1964 committed one of the most gruesome acts of the segregationist South when he tied blocks to the feet of two black teenagers and threw them still breathing into the Mississippi river, has died – for the second time.

James Ford Seale, who in 1964 committed one of the most gruesome acts of the segregationist South when he tied blocks to the feet of two black teenagers and threw them still breathing into the Mississippi river, has died – for the second time.

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