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Hidden Black History Reloaded: The Ocoee Florida Massacre In 1920 [Documentary Film]

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Shala Yisrael
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The atrocity in the rural settlement started on Nov. 2, 1920. An untold number of people were killed, Black and white. It led to the lynching of one of Ocoee’s most successful Black businessmen, Julius ‘July’ Perry, in downtown Orlando. Described as the “single bloodiest day in modern American political history,” it brought about the forced removal of hundreds of Black citizens from Ocoee.

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Azaliyah
Azaliyah 2 years ago

I heard about the Occee murders some years back but didn't know it was because of voting for another devil. Wow just think this was exactly 100 years ago and here black folks still going round and round on this voting ritual craze bs. They can have it, I been done with that 10 years ago.

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Shala Yisrael
Shala Yisrael 2 years ago

You can say that again.

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