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Rosewood Massacre

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Slocum Massacre, Texas, Anderson County, race riot, lynching, mob action, Rosewood Race Riot, Tulsa Race Riot, E.R. Bills, Marsh Holley

A Documented History Of the Massacre which occured at Rosewood, Florida, in January 1923.

A Documented History Of the Massacre which occured at Rosewood, Florida, in January 1923.

The Rosewood Massacre, 1923 - a predominantly black town was wiped out and many killed by a white mob, because of false allegations made by a white woman. Remaining residents abandoned the town. The initial report of the Rosewood incident presented less than a month after the massacre claimed there was insufficient evidence for prosecution. Thus no one was charged with any of the Rosewood murders.

The Rosewood Massacre, 1923 - a predominantly black town was wiped out and many killed by a white mob, because of false allegations made by a white woman. Remaining residents abandoned the town. The initial report of the Rosewood incident presented less than a month after the massacre claimed there was insufficient evidence for prosecution. Thus no one was charged with any of the Rosewood murders.

The Rosewood massacre was a violent, white mob destruction of the African American town of Rosewood that took place January 1923 in Levy County, Florida. More than 150 people (mostly black) were massacred. As a result of the findings, Florida became the first U.S. state in 1994 to compensate survivors and their descendants for damages incurred because of racial violence. The massacre was the subject of a 1997 film directed by John Singleton.

The Rosewood massacre was a violent, white mob destruction of the African American town of Rosewood that took place January 1923 in Levy County, Florida. More than 150 people (mostly black) were massacred. As a result of the findings, Florida became the first U.S. state in 1994 to compensate survivors and their descendants for damages incurred because of racial violence. The massacre was the subject of a 1997 film directed by John Singleton.

The Rosewood Massacre, 1923 - a predominantly black town was wiped out and many killed by a white mob, because of false allegations made by a white woman. Remaining residents abandoned the town. The initial report of the Rosewood incident presented less than a month after the massacre claimed there was insufficient evidence for prosecution. Thus no one was charged with any of the Rosewood murders.

The Rosewood Massacre, 1923 - a predominantly black town was wiped out and many killed by a white mob, because of false allegations made by a white woman. Remaining residents abandoned the town. The initial report of the Rosewood incident presented less than a month after the massacre claimed there was insufficient evidence for prosecution. Thus no one was charged with any of the Rosewood murders.

THE BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY:: BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : THE ROSEWOOD MASSACRE WAS A VIOLENT, RACIALLY MOTIVATED MASSACRE OF BLACKS AND THE DESTRUCTION OF A BLACK TOWN : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK OPPRESSION "

THE BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY:: BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : THE ROSEWOOD MASSACRE WAS A VIOLENT, RACIALLY MOTIVATED MASSACRE OF BLACKS AND THE DESTRUCTION OF A BLACK TOWN : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK OPPRESSION "

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