In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Lynching Photography in America. Martin Luther King Jr.
Lynching Photography in America Supported By: While lynching occurred throughout history and across America, most of the victims during this period were African American men and boys, and most of the lynchings took place in the South — including North Carolina and the Charlotte region.
Levine Museum's mission in bringing this exhibit to Charlotte was to recognize the humanity of those who were executed, to educate visitors and acknowledge that these atrocities indeed took place, and to promote cross-cultural discussion that can bring healing and vigilance against future acts of bigotry and violence.
While opening the exhibit during a contentious election season, Levine Museum hoped that visitors would follow the example of U. The historic apology to lynching victims and their families for the Senate's failure to enact federal anti-lynching legislation during the first part of the 20th century stated: These sessions provided candid reactions and input on the topic, and sparked ideas for how the museum could make the exhibit experience most beneficial to the community.
Feedback and responses from these sessions guided the museum's exhibit, program and partnership planning. The exhibit installation at Levine Museum contained approximately 70 images from a larger collection created by American antique collector James Allen, who spent more than 25 years gathering photographs and postcards taken as souvenirs at lynchings throughout America.
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