A clearinghouse for information, analysis, and resources related to state sanctioned violence in the United States
Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching (ASWPL)
Law & Order League
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Newspapers & Media
The Freeman, January 3rd, 1914, p. 4 (PDF: Op Ed The Freeman 01031914)
Georgia and the Nation, The New Republic, September 4th, 1915
Is Lynch Law Patriotism? The New Republic, February 3rd, 1917
Art, Film & Literature
To the Lynching by Carmenita Higginbotham. Discusses drawing by Paul Cadmus, created in 1935, completed as part of a larger anti-lynching art exhibit sponsored by the NAACP.
Whitney Curators on Decision to Display 5 Provocative 1930s Antilynching Prints, by Kyle Chayka. Discusses new exhibit at the Whitney, America is Hard to See.
A Chronicle of Dystopia and Resistance
Chicana Feminist KillJoy
A Reclamation of the Pre-Columbian Mind
killing joy as a world making project
Exploring the history of the jail crisis
Researching Limerick 100 years ago, Slavery, Memory, Power
Space, politics, geographical thought
technology - race - policy
A website dedicated to Limerick's involvement in WW1
Dr. Andrew Joseph Pegoda
A blog by Austin C. McCoy: Where history, politics, and culture converge...
A BLOGSITE FOR THE PRAISING OF ALL THINGS BEAUTIFUL AND SUBLIME IN HONOR OF ALL BLACK WOMEN. "ONLY THE BLACK WOMAN CAN SAY WHEN AND WHERE I ENTER, IN THE QUIET, UNDISPUTED DIGNITY OF MY WOMANHOOD, WITHOUT VIOLENCE AND WITHOUT SUING OR SPECIAL PATRONAGE, THEN AND THERE THE WHOLE. . .RACE ENTERS WITH ME." ANNA JULIA COOPER, 1892
Queer Fans of Heavy Metal
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