Carolyn Bryant Donham
Originally published 02/01/2017
Duke’s Timothy Tyson says the woman who claimed that the black youth had assaulted her broke her silence – and recanted.
Originally published 01/27/2017
With a renewed cultural interest in the 1955 murder that catalyzed the 20th century civil rights movement, an interview with the author of a new book who tracked down the long-hidden woman at its center.
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