The Mary Turner Project
mary turner historical marker
Relevant Links

Relevant Links

2005 Senate Resolution on Lynching - Download full text of 2005 Senate Resolution which apologizes to the victims of lynching and the descendants of those victims for the failure of the Senate to enact anti-lynching legislation.

1918 NAACP Anti-lynching Bill - Full text of NAACP's historic bill.

Without Sanctuary - Based on the book "Without Sanctuary" which chronicled postcards of lynchings once sent through the U.S. Mail, this website provides many of the images from that text.

Lynching Calendar - Visit website that documents date/place of known lynchings in the U.S.


Sister Organizations

Moore's Ford Memorial Committee, Oconee, Georgia - The Moore's Ford Committee works to honor four African Americans lynched in 1946 at the Moore's Ford Bridge near Monroe, Georgia. The multiracial committee works for cultural healing, racial harmony, and social justice through education and community action.

Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation The Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation (ATRR) promotes truth-seeking and reconciliation on issues of racial violence by deepening our understanding of history and its continuing effects and by working for justice. As an alliance of concerned individuals and committed local organizations, we seek to address the concerns of healing, accountability, reparations, restorative justice, and coalition-building. By working collaboratively, we support and promote efforts by individuals and local groups to build bridges and create community, through hearings, conferences, community-based initiatives, dialogue-building sessions, forums, and projects, as well as supporting national legislation and initiatives consistent with these efforts to strengthen the social, economic, political, and environmental fabric of the United States.

Facing History and Ourselves is based in Brookline, MA, with several regional offices, including one in Memphis, Tennessee.

The Mississippi Truth Project is a statewide effort to create a truth and reconciliation commission that will bring to light racially motivated crimes and injustices committed in Mississippi between 1945 and 1975.

Southern Truth and Reconciliation is based in Atlanta, Georgia and works local communities across the region and the nation about how to reverse a southern legacy of racial violence.

1946 Lynching of Maceo Snipes
Prison & Jail Project
P.O. Box 6749
Americus, GA 31709
229-928-2080

1920 Lynching of Elias Clyton, Elmer Jackson, Isaac McGhie, and Henry Banks
www.claytonjacksonmcghie.org
719 West 4th St.
Duluth, MN 55806–2437

1906 Lynching of Ed Johnson
1803 Oak St.
Chattanooga, TN 37404
423-624-9281

1899 Lynching of Sam Hose
www.cometothetable–newnan.org
CTTT, Box 477
Newnan, GA 30264
678-423-1989

Oconee Massacre of 1920
Democratic Forum
815 South Park Ave.
Apopka, Florida 32702
407-886-5151

1925 Lynching of Robert Marshall
Calvary Baptist Church
535 E. 700 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102

Rosewood Massacre of 1923
www.rosewoodflorida.com

Wilmington Race Riot of 1898
www.1989wilmington.org