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Parade (musical) – Wikipedia

| April 20, 2022

Musical with a book by Alfred Uhry and music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown Parade is a musical with a book by Alfred Uhry and music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown. The musical is a dramatization of the 1913 trial and imprisonment, and 1915 lynching, of Jewish American Leo Frank in Georgia. The musical premiered on Broadway in December 1998 and won Tony Awards for Best Book and Best Original Score (out of nine nominations) and six Drama Desk Awards.

Laurel And Hardy’s Jewish Connections – The Jewish Press –

| April 20, 2022

Englishman Stan Laurel (1890-1965) and American Oliver Hardy (1892-1957) were a comedy duo act during the early classical Hollywood era of American cinema. They started their careers as a duo in the silent film era and later successfully transitioned to talkies, and for the better part of three decades ranging from the late 1920s to the mid-1950s, they were internationally famous for their slapstick comedy, with Laurel playing the skinny, clumsy, childlike friend to Hardys rotund and pompous bully. (In Hebrew they were known as Hashamen vHarazeh the fat one and the thin one.) Laurel and Hardy got their start in film working with a variety of Jewish slapstick comedians and, prior to emerging as a team, both had well-established movie careers; Laurel had acted in over 50 films and he was also a writer (see discussion below on his noteworthy Jewish scripts), while Hardy appeared in more than 250 productions

A Look at the Historical Figures Behind Controversial Buildings on VSU’s Campus – The Spectator – V Spectator

| April 7, 2022

Ashley Cinemas Ashley Cinema, established in 1979, was named after the Ashley Street, also named after William Ashley, who was a physician and slaveholder. This was not the first to request this name change. Citizens of Valdosta have proposed changing the name because of Ashleys position as an enslaver of at least 17 African Americans during his lifetime

Once exceptional, the lives of American Jews have become lachrymose – Forward

| March 12, 2022

The Tears of History: From Kishinev to Pittsburgh, by the renowned French historian Pierre Birnbaum, takes its title from the work of the influential Jewish-American historian Salo Baron. In rejecting what he called the lachrymose account of Jewish history, Baron instead insisted that, both in medieval Europe and modern America, our history was more fortunate than Baron and most Jewish historians believed. In this slim and eloquent work not yet translated into English and published in France as Les Larmes dhistoire: De Kichinev Pittsburg Birnbaum takes up this issue by tracing the rise of antisemitism in the United States.

Mary Phagan Autopsy, Conducted on Monday, May … – Leo Frank

| February 3, 2022

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History of the Jews in Atlanta – Wikipedia

| January 30, 2022

The history of the Jews in Atlanta began in the early years of the city's settlement, and the Jewish community continues to grow today. In its early decades, the Jewish community was largely made up of German Jewish immigrants who quickly assimilated and were active in broader Atlanta society.

Henry Ford: The Leo Frank Case Are the Jews Clever …

| November 30, 2021

This is the last in this series of lost articles from Henry Fords book The International Jew. In this piece, he brings forth many interesting facts but nevertheless appears convinced of Franks innocence. In our view, Ford is wrong here: The facts conclusively point to Franks guilt

Leo Frank – Wikipedia

| March 3, 2021

American factory superintendent and lynching victim Leo Frank Leo Max Frank Lucille Selig Leo Max Frank (April 17, 1884 August 17, 1915) was an American factory superintendent who was convicted in 1913 of the murder of a 13-year-old employee, Mary Phagan, in Atlanta, Georgia. His trial, conviction, and appeals attracted national attention. His lynching two years later, in response to the commutation of his death sentence, became the focus of social, regional, political, and racial concerns, particularly regarding antisemitism

Who Was Leo Frank, the Jewish Man Lynched in Georgia? – Alma

| March 3, 2021

On January 6, 2021, many of us took a deep sigh of relief when it was projected that both Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff would win their runoff elections, becoming the next two senators from Georgia and giving the Democrats a Senate majority while making history in the process. Warnock and Ossoff campaigned together, and both of their elections are historic

100 Reasons Leo Frank Is Guilty | The American Mercury

| March 3, 2021

Proving That Anti-Semitism Had Nothing to Do With His Conviction and Proving That His Defenders Have Used Frauds and Hoaxes for 100 Years by Bradford L. Huieexclusive to The American Mercury MARY PHAGAN was just thirteen years old. She was a sweatshop laborer for Atlanta, Georgias National Pencil Company.

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