Day in the History of Racial Injustice

Bunk Richardson was lynched from this bridge in Gadsden, Ala., on Feb. 11, 1906 by a mob of about 25 men. No one was ever prosecuted.

February 11, 1906 ~Bunk Richardson, a black man, was lynched by a white mob in Gadsden, Alabama, terrorized the black community and forced his relatives to abandon their businesses and leave town.

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