Duluth Lynchings Legacy

The Minnesota Historical Society is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 1920 Duluth lynchings with a week of remembrance and conversations about its legacy. A collection of resources is available at mnhs.org/duluthlynchings. Below are short video commentaries offering modern perspectives on the past and thoughts about the present and future.

Dr. Abdul Omari, owner of AMO Enterprise Leadership Consulting Firm

Jeremiah Ellis, secretary of the African American Interpretive Center of Minnesota

Jordon Moses, Duluth resident and former Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial organizer

Michael Fedo, author of The Lynchings in Duluth

Warren Read, author of The Lyncher in Me.

JoJo Bell, founder of the African American Interpretive Center of Minnesota

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