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An Outrage

Set against a backdrop of six lynching sites, An Outrage looks at this history through the eyes of community activists, scholars and the descendants of victims.
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Hannah Ayers and Lance Warren
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    I used this piece last year in my class and it was extremely impactful. I would like to use it again with my African American History class, but with remote learning, it may be tough. Could this be made accessible for students? Thanks
    Hi, mrgwoods33. Generally, we would not recommend using this film with students in a virtual classroom/distance learning setting. This is not the most effective or safe mechanism to have students confront this subject matter.
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    Hello, JenLaxton. This issue should be fixed now. Thank you!
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