Author and journalist David Zucchino detailed how over 2,000 white supremacists rioted through Wilmington, North Carolina, on November 10, 1898, which resulted in the deaths of 60 black men and the displacement of hundreds of African American families.
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Samantha Flynn Bookseller Quail Ridge Books
Jim Jenkins Editorial Writer (Former) Raleigh News and Observer
David Zucchino Author
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