People were lynched, I was thirteen years old when I saw my first lynching.” If you tried to get away, them people would come and get you,” he said. They made my uncle dig his own grave and then they shot him. They were some people in Mississippi. They didn’t put on KKK hoods they would just come to the house and take you out and kill you. We never came out, at the end of the year they told us we didn’t make good. If they gave us five dollars, it could have taken five years to work it off.
Arthur G. Dozier Reform School for Boys
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I went to Progress, Mississippi every summer to plant and pick cotton and other produce on the place with my grandfather.Every year he was told that he didn’t make out. That was a sad day at the house for us. My grandfather was up in age where he couldn’t walk and he would be on his hands and knees crawling in the fields trying to work on the farm. He and my grandmother never made good on their crops. They always fell behind and they could leave the place.
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