Mae Crow
Mae Crow

c. 1912, the year she was murdered in Forsyth County, Georgia

Reid and Lummus
Reid and Lummus

County Sheriff Bill Reid and Deputy M. G. Lummus

The Prisoners
The Prisoners

Jane Daniel, Oscar Daniel, Ernest Knox, and others arrested in 1912

Jane and Oscar Daniel
Jane and Oscar Daniel

in Atlanta, on their way to stand trial in Forsyth

Joseph Kellogg
Joseph Kellogg

who owned a 200-acre farm near Sawnee Mountain

The Brown Children
The Brown Children

Harrison, Rosalee, Bertie, Fred, Naomi, and Minor, all expelled from Forsyth

Azzie Crow
Azzie Crow

mother of Mae Crow

"White Power Rally"
"White Power Rally"

on the Cumming square, January 17th, 1987

"Forsyth Stays White!"
"Forsyth Stays White!"

January 17th, 1987

Hosea Williams
Hosea Williams

leading the First Brotherhood March, January 17th, 1987

National Guardsmen
National Guardsmen

protecting peace marchers, January 24th, 1987

The Second Brotherhood March
The Second Brotherhood March

January 24th, 1987