Scores of civil-rights activists were murdered in the American south in the 1950s and 60s. Their killers mostly went unpunished. But now cases are being reopened, as a new generation resolves to see justice done at last. Suzanne Goldenberg reports.
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Still burning - actually not. Black on white violent crime is FAR higher than the reverse in the USA in 2019. Why would you never mention this? Self-loathing extremist lying whites.

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This was over half a century ago - why are you bringing it up? Oh I know, because this doesn't happen now and you need to keep the victim narrative going.

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