Twenty-four years after the "Morningside Massacre" in Greensboro, North Carolinain which five labor organizers were shot to death by Ku Klux Klan and American Nazi Party membersreligious leaders including Rev. Nelson Johnson, one of those wounded in the melee, have organized the Greensboro Truth and Community Reconciliation Project to publicly address the communitys trauma. The projectunique in the United Statesis modeled after similar committees set up in post-apartheid South Africa and has the support of the International Center for Transitional Justice. The events of November 3, 1979, were captured on film, yet all-white state and federal juries acquitted the shooters.
The Making of Southern Justice
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