Devils sanctuary an eyewitness history of mississippi hate crimes amazonde dickerson james l alston alex a jr fremdsprachige bucher. Recalling the states shameful racist history of lynching arson denial of rights false imprisonment and other heinous crimes this riveting narrative explores how mississippi became a safe haven for the most violent and virulent racists who were immune to prosecution for their crimes this sanctuary of the then status quo emerged from the 1956 mississippi state sovereignty commissions . A first hand narrative account of hate crimes that have taken place in the state of mississippi documents the 1956 sovereignty commissions efforts to preserve segregation and local values by declaring the state outside of federal jurisdiction detailing harrowing acts of lynching arson wrongful imprisonment and other criminal actions that were subsequently enabled. In devils sanctuary alex a alston jr and james l dickerson both of whom grew up in small town mississippi recount the states shameful racist history and explore how mississippi was able to get away with its role as a safe haven for the most virulent and violent racists allowing them immunity from prosecution the breakdown of institutions with everyone from judges and elected officials to clergy and the media looking the other way not only permitted but even
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