Arthur Henry Memorial Dedication Ceremony



Required Florida Education

The Ocoee 1920 Election Day: K-12 Content Resources

Ocoee Bibliographies

Ocoee Bibliographies 2020

Genre-Based Bibliography 2020


  1. Equal Justice Initiative
  2. Lynching in America (EJI)
  3. Orlando July Perry EJI Marker Installation (June 2019)
  4. Memphis Lynching Sites Project
  5. Maryland Lynching Truth and Reconciliation Commission
  6. Valencia College Peace and Justice Institute
  7. Ocoee 1920 Voting Day Massacre Bibliography
  8. UCF RICHES Collection: Alliance for Truth and Justice
  9. Monroe Work Today
  10. Ocoee  Election Day Violence- Nov 1920” (Report 19-15, Nov, 2019) Florida Office of Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (OPPAGA)
  11. 904ward (Jacksonville) 
  12. NYTimes 1619 Project 
  13. The Victory of Greenwood (Tulsa Massacre) 
  14. Rosewood Massacre: Data Warehouse and Interactive History
  15. “Forging a Path to Racial Justice” – (Bahai’s of the United States)
  16. MELLON
  17. Monument Lab 
  18. Witness Stones 


  1. Orlando Sentinel, September 16, 2019: “Bill seeks to compensate descendants of Ocoee massacre victims 100 years later
  2. Orlando Sentinel, June 22, 2019: “Recognition of Injustice: First-ever marker memorializing lynching of July Perry planted in Orange County”
  3. EJI, June 21, 2019 “EJI Unveils Historical Marker Recognizing Lynching in Orlando, Florida”
  4. Orlando Sentinel, April 9, 2019: “Marker Acknowledging Ocoee Massacre, July Perry lynching planned in Orlando”
  5. Orlando Sentinel, April 3, 2019: “Ocoee may city “hateful history” on historical marker for Election Day massacre, hopes for “better future”
  6. Facing South, May 14, 2010: “Ocoee, Fla: Remembering “the single bloodiest day in modern U.S. political history” (Paul Ortiz)
  7. Let Ocoee Marker Be an Educational Opportunity” – Guest Commentary, Charley WilliamOcoee Election Day Violence – November 1920Report 19-15, November 2019 
  8.  Mike Bloomberg’s Greenwood Initiative
  9. 10 Worst US Massacres of African-Americans”
  10. The Little-Known Story of America’s Deadliest Election Day Massacre A new exhibition on the 1920 Ocoee massacre examines the Florida city’s history of voter suppression and anti-black violenece
  11. Sentinel Op-Ed: July 31 – Teaching Fla’s Students about the Ocoee Massacre