Amy Lalanne, Josie Lemon Allen, Sandy Cawthern and Harry Coverston

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Title

Amy Lalanne, Josie Lemon Allen, Sandy Cawthern and Harry Coverston

Alternative Title

Lalanne, Allen, Cawthern and Coverston

Subject

Lynching
Memorials--Florida

Description

Soil collection near the West Orange Girls Club in Ocoee, Florida, on September 8, 2018. Featured in the photograph are Amy Lalanne, her unidentified daughter, Josie Lemon Allen, Sandy Cawthern and Harry Coverston. The site of the soil collection is in the general area of where a shootout occurred between Julius "July" Perry and a white mob.

The Truth and Justice Project of Orange County, Florida, (TJP) is a volunteer-based organization that engages with the community to promote education concerning the truth of local history and to advocate justice for those who have been harmed by inequities born of prejudice. TJP builds on the work of Montgomery-based Equal Justice Initiative as well as the local efforts of Democracy Forum, the West Orange Reconciliation Task Force, and the Ocoee Human Relations Diversity Board. This project is rooted in acknowledging the 1920 Election Day Massacre in Orange County and all of the violence committed in the name of white supremacy. Their mission statement says that they are "working to create a more hopeful, collaborative, and just society for every person in Orange County, Florida."

Creator

Allen Jr., Willie J.

Source

Original color photograph by Willie J. Allen Jr.: Truth and Justice Project, Orange County, Florida.

Publisher

Date Created

2018-09-08

Date Copyrighted

2018-09-08

Is Format Of

Digital reproduction of original color photograph by Willie J. Allen Jr.

Format

image/jpg

Extent

9.43 MB

Medium

color photograph

Type

Still Image

Coverage

West Orange Girls Club, Ocoee, Florida

Accrual Method

Donation

Mediator

History Teacher

Provenance

Originally created by Willie J. Allen Jr. and published by RICHES.

Rights Holder

Copyright to this resource is held by the Truth and Justice Project, Orange County, Florida, and is provided here by RICHES for educational purposes only.

Contributing Project

Truth and Justice Project

Curator

Cravero, Geoffrey

Digital Collection

Source Repository

Truth and Justice Project, Orange County, Florida

External Reference

Ortiz, Paul. "Ocoee, Florida: Remembering the 'single bloodiest day in modern U.S. political history'." Facing South, The Institute for Southern Studies. University of Mississippi, May 14, 2010. Accessed February 20, 2019. https://www.facingsouth.org/2010/05/ocoee-florida-remembering-the-single-bloodiest-day-in-modern-us-political-history.html.
Cordeiro, Monivette. "Ocoee will issue proclamation acknowledging 1920 Election Day massacre." Orlando Weekly. November 19, 2018. Accessed February 20, 2019. https://www.orlandoweekly.com/Blogs/archives/2018/11/19/ocoee-will-issue-proclamation-acknowledging-1920-election-day-massacre.
Byrne, Jason. "Ocoee On Fire: The 1920 Election Day Massacre. Medium. November 23, 2014. Accessed February 20, 2019. https://medium.com/florida-history/ocoee-on-fire-the-1920-election-day-massacre-38adbda9666e.
Ericson, Edward Jr. "Dead wrong." Orlando Weekly. October 1, 1998. Accessed February 20, 2019.
Clark, Willie. "The Ocoee, Florida Race Riot 1920". YouTube video, 06:51. Posted [February 4, 2016].https://youtu.be/7AyarJcnzIg.

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