Karen Branan is a veteran journalist who has written for newspapers, magazines, stage, and television for almost fifty years. Her work has appeared in Life, Mother Jones, Ms., Ladies' Home Journal, Good Housekeeping, Today's Health, Learning, Parents, Star Tribune (Minneapolis), and on PBS, CBS, ABC, CBC, BBC, and CNN.
Harris County, Georgia, 1912. A white man, the beloved nephew of the county sheriff, is shot dead on the porch of a black woman. Days later, the sheriff sanctions the lynching of a black woman and three black men, all of them innocent. For Karen Branan, t...[SEE MORE]