With Good Reason Weekly Hour Episodes:An Outrage: Lynching in America 
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With Good Reason Weekly Hour Episodes  An Outrage: Lynching in America   
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-"An Outrage" is a documentary film about lynching in the American South. Beginning with the end of the Civil War, and well into the middle of the twentieth century, the extralegal and socially sanctioned practice of lynching claimed the lives of at least 3,959 African American men, women and children.
-Ernest Gaines' many novels, including "A Lesson Before Dying" and "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman", launched America's interest in exploring African American history.
-A series of reflections by Charlottesville residents recorded at the Dialogues on Race and Inequity symposium at the University of Virginia.
-The story of one person who was injured in the attack on August 12th in Charlottesville.
-The Columbia Journalism Review recently convened a panel of journalists for 'Race, Racism, and the News in Charlottesville'. We feature an excerpt from the discussion that includes local freelance reporter Jordy Yader and Slate chief political correspondent Jamelle Bouie.  
 
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-"An Outrage" is a documentary film about lynching in the American South, directed by Hannah Ayers and Lance Warren. Beginning with the end of the Civil War, and well into the middle of the twentieth century, the extralegal and socially sanctioned practice of lynching claimed the lives of at least 3,959 African American men, women and children. Also: Renowned author Ernest Gaines is a descendant of slaves who was raised in on a former Louisiana plantation. Keith Clark says Gaines many novels, including "A Lesson Before Dying" and "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman", launched America's interest in exploring African American history. Plus: We share a series of reflections by Charlottesville residents recorded at the 'Dialogues on Race and Inequity' at the University of Virginia.
-Later on: For many Americans, August 12th marks a shift in the national conversation about white supremacy and racism. For the people who were injured in the Charlottesville attack that killed Heather Heyer, the 12th marks day one of a long process of recovery. We share the story of one person who was injured that day. And: The Columbia Journalism Review recently convened a panel of journalists for 'Race, Racism, and the News in Charlottesville'. We feature an excerpt from the discussion that includes local freelance reporter Jordy Yader and Slate chief political correspondent Jamelle Bouie.
 
 
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News | Politics and Activism | Society and Culture | Racism | African-American  
 
 
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View Script    09-29-2017  English 
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