Author: Ray Sprigle

In the land of Jim Crow – Ray Sprigle

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In 1938, Sprigle made a name for himself by winning a Pulitzer for a series he wrote exposing Supreme Court Justice Hugo L. Black’s membership in the Ku Klux Klan. Nine years later, he once again took up the issue of white racism with an idea from the popular novel and film, “Gentleman’s Agreement,” in which a reporter poses as a Jew in order to uncover the subtle dynamics of anti-Semitism. In this case,...

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