The Mississippi ACLU is giving a public lecture about Rep. Cindy Hyde-Smith's admission she'd attend a "public hanging" if one of her biggest campaign donors asked her to.
Monday, in Jackson, MS, a conversation entitled: A Front Row Seat: the Truth about Racism in MS and America, commenced where a scholar could explain the Civil War history that most schools refuse to teach.
The ACLU said they wanted to make sure the history of racism, lynching and Jim Crow in Mississippi was fully explained. Deputy legal director Jeff Robinson is speaking about the history of racial terrorism in the video below.
They also invited the Congressional delegation of the state, including Rep. Cindy Hyde-Smith. They saved her a seat.
.@ACLU_MS saved #AFrontRowSeat for @SenHydeSmith at their event on Mississippi's history of racial injustice and vi… https://t.co/qMEVVwvkAa— ACLU People Power (@ACLU People Power) 1542674418.0
Watch the video below: