Dread Scott’s Anti-Lynching Banner Installed in Baltimore

An Interview with Dread Scott by Joseph del Pesco From 1920 through 1938, the┬áNAACP used to hang a flag outside their New York headquarters the day after someone was lynched. It read “A Man Was Lynched Today” in graphic white letters on a black background and was part of an ongoing public campaign to draw … Continue reading Dread Scott’s Anti-Lynching Banner Installed in Baltimore