WW1 Centennial News for July 22, 2019 - Episode #132
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Highlights: Red Summer Riots 1919
Host - Theo Mayer
- 100 Years Ago: Red Summer Riots - Dr. Jeffrey Sammons | @02:10
- Great War Project: Retrospective - Mike Shuster | @15:15
- Introducing the A.E.F. Memorial Corps - Host | @25:15
- New Digital Download: Hello Girls Single - Host | @27:35
- Articles & Posts: Weekly Dispatch - Host | @31:00
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World War I - THEN
100 Years Ago This Week
Red Summer 1919 - Dr. Jeffrey Sammons
Henry, Charles, “Remembering the Red Summer of 1919, UC Berkeley Blog, https://blogs.berkeley.edu/2019/03/02/remembering-the-red-summer-of-1919/
Klinker, Adam, “The Legacy of 1919,” Creighton Magazine,
Krugler, David, 1919, the Year of Racial Violence: How African Americans Fought Back, 2014
Railton, Ben, “Racial Terrorism and the Red Summer of 1919.” Saturday Evening Post, June 19, 2019
Tabler, Dave, “Knoxville’s Red Summer of 1919,”
Williams, Chad, “African American Veterans Hoped Their Service in World War I Would Secure Their Rights at Home. It Didn’t,” Time, November 12, 2018, https://time.com/5450336/african-american-veterans-wwi/
Race Riots of 1919 (a partial map)
World War I - NOW
The Great War Project - Mike Shuster
Commission News: Announcing A.E.F. Memorial Corps
The VFW Convention starts Saturday, July 20 and runs through the 24th in Orlando.
New Digital Download: Hello Girls Promo
Articles and Posts
Highlight from the Dispatch Newsletter - Host
The U.S. World War One Centennial Commission
Pritzker Military Museum and Library
The Doughboy Foundation
Executive Producer: Dan Dayton
Producer & Host: Theo Mayer
Line Producer: Juliette Cowall
Written by: Theo Mayer and David Kramer
Dr. Jeffrey Sammons
Research and support: JL Michaud
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