Map of individual racial killings in Georgia, which the perpetrator of the violence was either unknown or known but failed to be indicted.
Archives of criminal case files from the 19th judicial district court of the state of Louisiana, located in East Baton Rouge parish. Includes criminal case files dating back to 1916.
Archives of criminal case files from the 19th judicial district court of the state of Louisiana, located in East Baton Rouge parish. Includes criminal case dockets dating back to 1916.
The Southern Poverty Law Center is an organization that dedicates its resources towards fighting racial discrimination through litigation and education. One of its initiatives is focused on gathering evidence from Jim Crow Era cold cases.
Newspaper archives containing three prominent publications, the Cherokee Phoenix, the Dublin Post, and the Colored Tribune. Part of the Galileo Project of the Georgia University System
A digital library network connecting mutliple research groups together, including ones that pertain to social change and the Emory University Cold Cases Project.
The Foot Solider Project for Civil Rights Studies at the University of Georgia. Documenting the advocacy groups and political climate of the late Jim Crow Era.
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CRRJ Clinic Regional Archive Map
This map identifies regional archives that may contain materials relevant to fact investigations being conducted by students enrolled in the Fall 2016 CRRJ clinic. It is not intended to be exhaustive.
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