On November 3, 1979 a group of anti-Klan protestors marching through North Carolina's Morningside-Lincoln Grove neighborhood were met by a caravan of Klansmen and neo-Nazis, who pulled guns on the crowd. They shot 13 people, black and white. Many were shot in the head, including a black woman who was hit between the eyes. Five died. Three trials were held, but nobody served any prison time and the story itself became a footnote to the history of Southern race relations, overshadowed by the international hostage crisis that year. Playwright Emily Mann, whose historically informed... More >>>
Unconditional Theater revisits a deadly and forgotten history in Greensboro: A Requiem.