1946 Columbia Race Riot, a story of anger, fear, violence, and the law in a Tennessee town after WWII photos of the event
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On February 25, 1946, a 19-year-old, black Navy veteran narrowly escaped a lynching in Columbia, Tennessee. James Stephenson accompanied his mother to the Caster-Knott department store to complain about a botched...




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