AMERICAN LYNCHING is a gripping cultural narrative website chronicling the dark history of lynching in America.
Featuring newspaper accounts from across the United States, this chilling project shares both well-known and lesser known histories of individual lynching events connecting media and race to American history. The website is divided into sections including overview, history, stories, and explore.
Users can examine sample documents, use a map to read statistics, explore history and data, search the records, or read more at the archives.
Librarians will find many teens interested in learning about this sad period of American history. Use this website to jumpstart discussions about public killings, reforms, and race in America.
To visit the website, go to http://www.americanlynchingdata.com/.