Studying our violent history, with courage and the Lynching Sites Project

By , Guest Columnist Published: October 16, 2019 4:00 AM CT
Guest Columnist

Jennifer Bennie

Jennifer Bennie is a graduate student of American history at the University of Memphis, and a researcher for the Lynching Sites Project of Memphis. She is a former naval aviator, and she is currently completing a curatorial internship at the Erie Maritime Museum in Erie, Pennsylvania.

A murder deserves justice whether it happened yesterday or more than 160 years ago. Please join us Saturday morning at Collins Chapel CME Church. 


Collins Chapel CME Church Lynching Sites Project Wash Henley


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