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DUE PROCESS

Scottsboro: Justice Delayed, Justice Denied

  • Aired: 02/09/2014
  • 26:48
  • Rating: NR
The Scottsboro Boys, pardoned posthumously, 80 years after their wrongful conviction for raping two white women in Alabama. Their case, an international symbol of southern injustice, on this edition of Due Process. Rutgers Historian James Goodman, author of "Scottsboro Stories," and Rutgers Law Prof. Taja-Nia Henderson join Ray Brown and Sandy King.
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The Scottsboro Boys, convicted of raping 2 white women - now pardoned, 8 decades too late.
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