Image 1-2: Near Ralph, Ala., where on March 13, 1919 a mob of white men abducted Cicero Cage, a Black teenager, and lynched him. None of the men who lynched Cage were ever held accountable. The boy’s father, Sam Cage, found his son dead with his throat “literally cut to pieces.”
Image 3: Romulus, Ala., where Charles McKelton and John Johnson were taken from police custody by a white mob and hanged from a tree, Feb. 11, 1892.
Captions courtesy EJI.org