Video Recordings of Series on "The Lynching of Ed Johnson in Chattanooga" Now Available

If you did not get to attend in person or virtually on line, use these links to watch the videos.

The Sewanee Project on Slavery, Race, and Reconciliation is pleased to make available the video-recorded events in the series on "The Lynching of Ed Johnson in Chattanooga: A Critical Discussion of the History of Racial Violence in the U.S."

These videos include the two lectures by award-winning historian Dr. Amy Louise Wood of Illinois State University.

Who was Ed Johnson? (Documentary Screening), September 16, 2018, Gailor Auditorium, University of the South. The programming starts at minute 13:00.

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The Lynching of Ed Johnson in Historical Perspective (Lecture by Dr. Amy Louise Wood), September 17, Derthick Hall, UT Chattanooga.

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The Legacy of Lynching in American Life (Lecture by Dr. Amy Louise Wood), September 18, 2018, Convocation Hall, University of the South. The programming starts at minute 34:00.

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