Arthur Henry Memorial Dedication Ceremony



ATJ members have used various media platforms to inform people in Central Florida about our violent racial history. They include newspapers, radio, television, exhibitions, film, panel presentations, discussion groups, storytelling, and poetry.

Evan Milligan, ATJ’s former EJI contact, won a major Supreme Court victory
In the Spring 2024 issue of the American Civil Liberties Union magazine, an article reports on how Evan...
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American Racism, Hidden in Plain SightBy Richard Frishman and B. Brian Foster Foreword by Imani PerryCeladon...
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Daytona Beach mayor's bloody family legacy: 'The lynching of Arthur Henry'
DAYTONA BEACH — Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry grew up knowing his grandfather on his mother’s...
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Harry Scott Coverston [N.B. With these words, the Equal Justice Initiative marker commemorating the...
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Arthur’s Liturgy
Harry Scott Coverston [N.B. The following words were originally offered at the graveyard near...
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No longer hidden from history, the story of Arthur Henry
A new historic marker in Orlando’s Parramore neighborhood details the 1925 lynching of Black resident...
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