Remembering another lynching one year later

Tuesday was the anniversary of the horrific killing of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old man, who was murdered by three white vigilantes while jogging through the Satilla Shores (Brunswick/Glynn County) neighborhood. 

As the prosecution’s case moves forward, Hank Klibanoff and his Emory University students produced a powerful seven-part Buried Truths podcast on the Ahmaud Arbery murder. 

A turn signal, an explosion, an American Reckoning Buried Truths

A gruesome, unpunished 1967 murder reveals little-known stories of the civil rights movement and Black resistance in Mississippi and Louisiana. "American Reckoning" on Frontline, from PBS, tells the story of Wharlest Jackson Sr. and the search for those who killed him. In this episode of Buried Truths, host Hank Klibanoff talks to the filmmakers behind this documentary, Brad Lichtenstein and Yoruba Richen. Klibanoff also speaks with Stanley Nelson, the weekly newspaper editor who brought this story of Wharlest Jackson Sr. to light.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
  1. A turn signal, an explosion, an American Reckoning
  2. Killers Sentenced
  3. The Verdict | Ahmaud Arbery
  4. Trial Begins| Ahmaud Arbery
  5. Murder Trial Preview | Ahmaud Arbery