The Civil Rights Restorative Justice Project is an initiative by the Northeastern University School of Law to document every racially motivated killing in the American South between 1930 and 1970, The project aims to serve as a resource for scholars, policymakers, and organizers involved in various initiatives seeking justice for crimes of the civil rights era. CRRJ focuses on research, particularly concerning cold cases, and supports policy initiatives on anti-civil rights violence, such as various remediation efforts including criminal and civil prosecutions, truth and reconciliation proceedings, and legislative remedies.
I'd like to know who is behind them. I did a cursory search and I found out they take donations but not who is behind the scenes.
The real civil rights issue is Afro-infanticide via abortion sponsored by white Liberals and the US government, black on black murder epidemic with a cold shoulder by liberal blacks and whites, and the DNC plantation cast system which enslaves a whole demographic of Americans.
Why limit the documentation to the American South?
OJ Simpson doubled the score by slitting the throats of a white woman and man and walked away a free man; never served a day.