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ALWAYS IN SEASON

By Jacqueline Olive

The film explores the lingering impact of more than a century of lynching nearly 5,000 African Americans and connects this form of racial terrorism with racial violence today. At the height of their popularity, lynchings attracted tens of thousands of white men, women, and children spectators. They were public events, complete with souvenirs and photographs. Train seats were even specially reserved for out-of-towners to watch. Victims were tortured, mutilated, and photographed for hours. Lynching was like the sport of hunting, and black people were “always in season.”

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Title

ALWAYS IN SEASON

Director

Jacqueline Olive

Country

USA

Year

2019

Category

Documentary Features Films

Duration

89'

Language

English

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