1:06:48 | Jun 25th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
In our final episode, we examine the legacy of the Rev. James Reeb's death. We speak both to his descendants and to those of one of his attackers, exploring how the trauma and the lies that followed i...Show More
A good investigative piece about Alabama events directly after 1965. The hosts uncover evidence and interviews that might have otherwise bee...Show More
27:12 | Jan 31stMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
White Lies presents an episode for the new season of WNYC's The United States of Anxiety. The series is about the unfinished business of American history and its grip on our future — their starting po...Show More
26:55 | Oct 29th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
From the NPR podcast Code Switch: Eighty-five years ago, a crowd of several thousand white people gathered in Jackson County, Fla., to participate in the lynching of a man named Claude Neal. The poet ...Show More
51:23 | Jun 18th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
In Episode 6, we reveal the identity of the fourth man who participated in the attack on the Rev. James Reeb.
51:06 | Jun 11th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
In Episode 5, we search for the fourth attacker while digging into the murder of Jimmie Lee Jackson, a black civil rights activist who was murdered in Alabama just weeks before the Rev. James Reeb. Ja...Show More
45:00 | Jun 4th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
In Episode 4, we find a woman who says she knows who killed the Rev. James Reeb, because she was there. She's ready — for the first time in more than 50 years — to tell the truth about what she saw.
50:28 | May 28th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
In Episode 3, we break down the conspiracy theory that emerged after the Rev. James Reeb's murder: that he was allowed to die or was killed because the civil rights movement needed a white martyr.
57:53 | May 21st, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
In Episode 2, we unravel the aftermath of the Rev. James Reeb's murder: the arrest of three men and the defense brought at trial. We also track down the last living jurors.