Get Outta Here! Podcast: Revisit – Montgomery’s Slavery Museum and Lynching Monument

A memorial to the victims of racial terror lynchings is attracting new visitors to Montgomery, Alabama. In this episode of the Associated Press Travel podcast “Get Outta Here,” AP Travel editor Beth Harpaz visits the city to see the memorial and a new museum dedicated to the legacy of slavery and segregation. You’ll hear from visitors who drove across the country to be there for the opening, and you’ll hear what Ava DuVernay and others have to say about it. The podcast also explores some of Montgomery’s other incredible civil rights history, including the arrest of Rosa Parks, the Montgomery bus boycott, the Freedom Rides and the parsonage where a young minister named Martin Luther King, Jr., became the leader of a movement, virtually overnight.

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Today in History for December 1st

(1 Dec 2018) Rosa Parks is arrested in Montgomery, Alabama; Former communist official Sergei Kirov is assassinated in Leningrad; Beatlemania arrives in America; Actor and director Woody Allen is born. (Dec. 1)

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The Night After the Decision: State of Emergency – Ferguson, Missouri (Dispatch 11)

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On November 24, St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.

In Dispatch 11, Vice News roamed the streets of Ferguson the day after widespread arson and looting occurred in response to the announcement, as the evening begins with a stand-off between protesters and police outside the Ferguson Police Department — now heavily guarded by National Guard troops.

Read “#HandsUpWalkout: Ferguson Supporters Nationwide Stage Protest on Anniversary of Rosa Parks’ Act of Defiance” – http://bit.ly/1yJxvs2

Read “Videos Show Ferguson Protesters Around the US Wreaking Havoc on Black Friday” – http://bit.ly/1yoSQG6

Read “‘Hands Up Don’t Spend’: Ferguson Protesters Take on Black Friday in Nationwide Boycott” – http://bit.ly/1HK6wRn

Read “Darren Wilson to Grand Jury: ‘I Had to Kill Him’” – http://bit.ly/15sQvQV

Read “Gunshots, Flames, and Chaos in Ferguson Following Grand Jury Decision” – http://bit.ly/11XaEwd

Watch “Ferguson, Missouri: Highlights from VICE News Live Coverage – November 24, 2014” – http://bit.ly/1v0bcxl

Watch “State of Emergency – Ferguson, Missouri (Dispatch 10)” – http://bit.ly/1B2cVpb

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