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WAMU, The Kojo Nnamdi Show, “Lynching in Maryland: Confronting a history of local violence,” October 23, 2018.

The Baltimore Sun, Roughly Speaking with Dan Rodricks, “The Maryland Lynching Memorial Project seeks remembrance and reconciliation,” October 16, 2018

WYPR, On the Record with Sheilah Kast, “Truth and Reconciliation in Maryland?” October 11, 2018.

Delmarva Public Radio, Delmarva Today, “Remembering the 1931 lynching of Matthew Williams in Salisbury, Maryland,” September 14, 2018.

Maryland Humanities, Humanities Connection, "Honoring the Lives of Those Lynched in Maryland," February 23, 2018.

“The Legacy of Slavery In Maryland” is an initiative of the Maryland State Archives to illuminate the history of the state’s African American population. An important part of that experience is the shameful history of racial terror lynching in the state. Using artifacts and official records housed at the state archives, researchers are able to help bring that dark history to light.