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The White carpetbagger who died trying to protect African-Americans’ civil rights

5 mins | Mar 20, 2018
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“My name is James Hinds. I am shot in the body and shall live only a few minutes.” Erin Blakemore, writing in JSTOR Daily, tells us the forgotten story of James Hinds, the Arkansas politician who was murdered for supporting the rights of African-Americans in the 19th century.
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