Black, White & Red All Over

Friday, November 24, 2006

Transcript

On November 10, 1898, a mob of white supremacists ransacked the city of Wilmington, North Carolina, and toppled its biracial government. 108 years later, The Charolotte Observer and Raleigh’s News & Observer are apologizing for their role in fomenting the violence. Duke historian Tim Tyson tells Bob how newspapers turned neighbor against neighbor and helped usher in Jim Crow.
    Music Playlist
  1. The National Anthem
    Artist: Radiohead
    Album: Dub Tribute to Radiohead: I’m not the Only Record for You
    Label: Vitamin Records
  2. Respiration
    Artist: Ben Allison

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