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Ms. Cathy D. Knepper
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Historian Cathy D. Knepper brings to light a shameful moment in our nation’s history as she tells the story of a personal battle for social justice that changed America. Jersey Justice begins in 1948 with the murder of a Trenton junk dealer and the subsequent arrest of six African American men, known as the Trenton Six, and their blatantly unlawful detention and interrogation by the police. The trial, which attracted international notice, moved all the way up to the New Jersey Supreme Court and garnered the attention and involvement of such prominent activists, politicians, and artists as Paul Robeson, Thurgood Marshall, Eleanor Roosevelt, Pete Seeger, Arthur Miller, and Albert Einstein.
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