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Deaths Of Unarmed Black Men Revive ‘Anti-Lynching Plays’

By Hansi Lo Wang An obscure but riveting genre of theater is being revived in New York City. They’re called “anti-lynching plays.” Most were written during the early 1900s by black playwrights to show how lynchings devastated African-American families. Inspired … Continue reading

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