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Jane Hellinghausen
Jane Hellinghausen
5 star

Beautiful, powerful work! Thank you .

diverdnn
Diverdnn
5 star

Thank from the bottom of my heart for taking the time to research and tell this story. Life changing!

FirstTimePlayer
FirstTimePlayer
5 star

Incredible storytelling. And healing for me as a white person to grow in understanding the way time is layered into this moment. I already admired Rev. Reeb as one of the white heroes of the movement, but this whole thing took that deeper, made him real, and asked potent questions about how we relate to each other and the past in us and between us and our ancestors. Well done and thank you.

natpescitelli
Natpescitelli
5 star

If you like investigative journalism podcasts this is for you.

Gart. M
Gart. M
5 star

Excellent. Also brings perspective to current problems around race and how little has been learned.

beagle123
Beagle123
5 star

Amazing investigative journalism

SusanCarpwnter
SusanCarpwnter
5 star

As a white, 63 year old woman (and attorney) who has walked the streets of Selma, stood on that bridge and actually represented clients in that courthouse, I am awed by this podcast. These two young men have done an amazing job. I will now be a contributor to public television. I think this should be required listening in schools all over America. With discussion and essays afterwards.

margiltx
Margiltx
1 star

All y’all are doing is keeping the hate hate alive

Photogmagob
Photogmagob
2 star

Love the premise, like the production of the podcast, hosts speak well, but I feel like a lot of this podcast is a waste of time. A lot of filler in the episodes, some episodes that could be cut entirely. I get it, it’s a old case and hard to find a lot of relevant information that could make a multi-episode podcast, but maybe then make it part of a bigger series including multiple cases? I found myself skipping some episodes entirely after listening for 5-10 mins and realizing it was a side track from the main story.

wanawonc
Wanawonc
5 star

Just got better and better. Last episodes were incredible. Thank goodness that there is room for some reconciliation. Such an important story, so great that the truth has finally been told. Lest we forget.

CH 🇦🇺
CH 🇦🇺
5 star

Loved this podcast- so well balanced and thought out - a sad indictment on some sections of society yet positive and seems motivated to bring change, healing and understanding- great job! Encourage everyone to listen and spread the word 🤗

Just a random citizen
Just a random citizen
5 star

This was a fantastic listen. I particularily loved the intergenerational conversations with those affected by the acts of hate in this one small southern town. They gave me hope.

Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris
21 January 2020

Chuck Norris once took his pants off in a Thanksgiving Day parade. All the horses wept. Male and female.

Julehu
Julehu
5 star

It was uncomfortable listening but given the story this is not surprising. Thank you to everyone who had the courage to pursue this story.

Lucy NZ
Lucy NZ
5 star

As a New Zealander this story starts making sense of current Trump America. It is a land based on lies and racist terrorism and murder. Astounding how a country just can not accept its brutal past. Time for truth to come out.

drpetej
Drpetej
5 star

This is an important, unflinching story, told with care for the granular detail of human experience. Made me think about the power of counter-narratives to skew history and the importance of digging through forgotten boxes and listening to fragile testimony that still has the power to shake out the consoling forgetful lies - the incompetent fairy stories of a nation’s might. Gave me faith that difficult truths are as undeniable as a familiar face through the fog of nativist, supremacist conspiracy-thinking that chokes our own times. GB

very funny and clever pod
Very funny and clever pod
1 star

More silly libs raking over ancient history GB

mother funking pimp
Mother funking pimp
5 star

It’s difficult to understand how this kind of moronic racism can be be only 50 years ago. Some of the attitudes & views uncovered are reminiscent of 1865 not 1965. Well produced and very interesting although difficult to accept. GB

Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein
21 January 2020

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand, imagination points to all we might yet discover and create.

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  • Relase Date29 October 2019
  • CategoryTrue Crime
  • ArtistNPR
  • Track9

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