November 2, 1920, Election Day, Ocoee, Florida.

Two African American men tried unsuccessfully to vote. One was lynched, the other escaped. The town was burned by a white mob. Over the next three days, from six to over thirty lost their lives. This story will be told.

TOGETHER: Looking Back, Moving Forward

ATJ welcomes 100 second video submissions which reflect the theme: “Together,

Looking Back, Moving Forward”. Submit to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Selected

clips will be posted on this site.


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We approach the 100 year Anniversary of the Ocoee Voting Day Massacre.

















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