I travelled to Monroeville, Ala., home of the beloved author of To Kill a Mockingbird, with Pulitzer prize winning journalist Cynthia Tucker to discover the town’s hidden history of lynching and racial violence.

I travelled to Monroeville, Ala., home of the beloved author of To Kill a Mockingbird, with Pulitzer prize winning journalist Cynthia Tucker to discover the town’s hidden history of lynching and racial violence.

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 I travelled to Monroeville, Ala., home of the beloved author of To Kill a Mockingbird, with Pulitzer prize winning journalist Cynthia Tucker to discover the town’s hidden history of lynching and racial violence.
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I travelled to Monroeville, Ala., home of the beloved author of To Kill a Mockingbird, with Pulitzer prize winning journalist Cynthia Tucker to discover the town’s hidden history of lynching and racial violence.

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