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Cecily Tyson, Phylicia Rashad, Norm Lewis and other theater legends will be on hand to celebrate Black men in Broadway at Carnegie Hall on June 23.
The publisher of the Afro-American newspapers, John J. Oliver Jr., speaks on the legacy of the Black press and the future of Black newspapers.
Alabama's parole board has approved of granting posthumous pardons in the infamous "Scottsboro Boys" rape case.
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Alabama lawmakers voted in favor of legislation to pardon the Scottsboro Boys, who were falsely accused of rape by two white women more than 80 years ago.
The Scottsboro boys were initially sentenced to death by an all-white jury in 1931.
Summary: In 1989 New York City, five Black and Latino teenagers were wrongfully accused of assaulting Trisha Meili, who later became known as the Central Park Jogger.
The arrest, trials and conviction of the Scottsboro Boys became one of the most notable events highlighting racism and the impact of all-white juries in cases involving Black defendants.
The Scottsboro Boys are arrested for the rape of two white women in Paint Rock, AL.