EJI - Montgomery, Alabama
This is the module that hangs in the Memorial for Maceo Snipes who was lynched in Taylor County, GA on July 18, 1946.
The purpose of duplicate copies of these modules are for the state counties to apply and erect them along with a historical marker as a form of reconciliation and healing for victims families.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice
This memorial opened on April 26, 2018 and is the first memorial dedicated to the preserve our legacy our enslaved black ancestors and how they were terrorized by lynching, racial segregation during the era of Jim Crow.
We Thank You EJI Family
The Honorable Hank Johnson
The Turner -Snipes Proclamation
We Thank You
I was honored to meet the Honorable Hank Johnson Jr. and his wife, Janice.
The Turner- Snipes Family Thank You
I met Mr. Dubose and reached out to thank him for this resolution in 2017. He agreed to meet with me and we drove to Butler to met with Cousin Noni Snipes Gardner
Thank you Mr. Dubose for your service and hard work for civil rights.
Mr. Edward Dubose serves as NAACP National Board
Mr. Johnny Miller, President of Cascade Methodist Church Veterans is also a veteran and a resident of Taylor County where Maceo Snipes voted.
Johnny, we thank you for your service!!
We thank You Cascade Methodist Church Veteran's Ministry for honoring Maceo Snipes
At the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival in NY, Frontline/PBS, AdoAto Pictures and others created an interactive installation for unsolved cases. The Snipes family is honored that they chose the Maceo Snipes case as part of this creative display tied to historical injustice.
We Thank You for your interest in his story
to listen to his story.
On Left: Ms.Tamara Shogaolu, International Director with AdoAto Films and un (re) solved victim's families
Having conversation with Erika on the right who sends the installations around the country.
I am using the interactive barcode feature to activate Uncle Maceo's audible story.
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