In the summer of 1919, a wave of white supremacist attacks swept across the U.S. During the so-called “Red Summer,” white mobs laid siege to Black communities across dozens of U.S. cities. Then, just before the 1920 Presidential Election, the Ku Klux Klan marched through Orlando and Ocoee, Florida. It was meant as a warning to Black citizens about what could happen if they tried to vote. Special Correspondent Joie Chen shows us the generational trauma left by the most violent election day in U.S. history. 



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