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Cameron McWhirter is a staff reporter for The Wall Street Journal. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude from Hamilton College, where he majored in history. He earned a master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and has worked for several news organizations including The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and The Detroit News. He has been awarded a Thomas J. Watson fellowship for research in Eritrea and the Sudan, and a Nieman fellowship at Harvard University, where he conceived this book. He lives in Decatur, Georgia, with his wife and two children. - See more at: http://cameronmcwhirter.com/wordpress/cameronmcwhirter/#sthash.8QkIo73M.dpuf A narrative history of America's deadliest episode of race riots and lynchings After World War One, black Americans fervently hoped for a new epoch of peace, prosperity, and equality. Black soldiers believed their participation in the fight to make the world safe for democracy finally earned them rights they had been promised since the close of the Civil War. Instead, an unprecedented wave of antiblack riots and lynchings swept the country. From April to November of 1919, the racial unrest rolled across the South into the North and the Midwest, even to the nation's capital. Millions of lives were disrupted, and hundreds of lives were lost. Blacks responded by fighting back with an intensity and determination never seen before. Red Summer is the first narrative history written about this epic encounter. Focusing on the worst riots and lynchings—including those in Chicago, Washington, D.C., Charleston, Omaha and Knoxville—Cameron McWhirter chronicles the mayhem, while also exploring the first stirrings of a civil rights movement that would transform American society forty years later.
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We are extremely honored to continue the series today with guest Rabbi Arthur Waskow of The Shalom Center. https://theshalomcenter.org/content/about-shalom-center-mission-more Bio:... more

Join host Robert Dawkins for a discussion on Police Brutality, #BlackLivesMatter and other topics

Over the coming weeks our program will feature discussions with spritual leaders on Pope Francis' Climate Encylical. We begin the series today with an interview with Ched Myers. A fifth generation Californian, Ched is an activist... more

1:00 pm Progressive Conversation Rev. Terence Dicks is joined by Robert Dawkins, host of Agitator Radio to discuss progressive strategies in the South ================================== 2:00 pm Women Change Agents... more

Rev. Sadler's guest is Bree Newsome the young woman who bravely climbed the flag pole and took down the Confederate flag during the services for Rev. Clemanta Pinkney. Bree Newsome, 30, was about halfway up the more than... more

Joining Rev. Sadler this morning is Dr. Brian Blount, the president of Union Presbyterian Seminary and award winning author of numerous books. Dr. Blount is the first African American president of this 200 year old Southern religious... more

Rev. Sadler's guest will be Dr. Lori Thomas from UNC Charlotte's Department of Social Work and she will talk about strategies to end homelessness in America focusing particularly on the housing first model and work that she is doing in... more

Rev. Glencie Rhedrick talks about the South Carolina church shooting with Rev. Peter Wherry, Rev. Terence Dicks, Rev. Rodney Sadler, Robert Dawkins and Andrea Miller.

Hosts Andrea Miller and Rev. Terence Dicks are joined by Mississippi activist Kelly Jacobs. Topic of conversation is legalization of marijuana, release of non-violent drug offenders and expungement of records. Kelly Jacobs, 56, is a... more

Dr. Diana Swancutt is a professor of religion and history, a cultural commentator, and a human rights activist. Her current work focuses on domestic poverty elimination, economics, and civil rights.Her work includes research on emergent... more

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