#324 β€” Lynching, racism and seizing a moment to atone for a paper’s past sins

When The National Memorial for Peace and Justice opened earlier this year, the Montgomery Advertiser saw an opportunity. It was a rare chance to apologize and take responsibility for past sins, when the paper was complicit in the lynching deaths of thousands of men and women. Bro Krift, the paper’s executive editor, and Brian Lyman, … Continue reading #324 β€” Lynching, racism and seizing a moment to atone for a paper’s past sins