A clearinghouse for information, analysis, and resources related to state sanctioned violence in the United States
No stranger to racial violence, Coatesville came to the verge of a riot in July of 1919, after a black ex-soldier was accused of assaulting two girls. In the ensuing chaos, deputized posses searching for the suspect attacked and harassed a number of area black residents.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 7th, 1919
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