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Brian Lampkin - The Tarboro Three: Rape, Race, and Secrecy

On an August evening in the summer of 1973 in Tarboro, North Carolina a young woman walking alone was offered a ride by three young men. All of their lives were changed dramatically as the ensuing events became national news and for a very brief period Tarboro became a center of a conversation on the Civil Rights movement and criminal justice in America. Nearly half a century later, is a town entitled to forget its place in history if that place is uncomfortable? Are individuals entitled to privacy even as an accurate retelling of history requires exposure?

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By Brian Lampkin, Saulters Andrew (Cover Design by), Noble Demetrious (Contribution by)
$18.00
ISBN: 9781732932807
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Published: Scuppernong Editions - May 4th, 2019

On an August evening in the summer of 1973 in Tarboro, North Carolina a young woman walking alone was offered a ride by three young men. All of their lives were changed dramatically as the ensuing events became national news and for a very brief period Tarboro became a center of a conversation on the Civil Rights movement and criminal justice in America.